In the warm relaxing waters you will find activities such as whale watching, surfing, snorkeling, swimming, scuba diving, and kayaking. Inland you can participate in outdoor events such as exploring the city's history museums and royal palaces or strolling through Chinatown. If seeking a more tranquil experience, then you can visit one of many beautiful gardens, plantations, and farms found throughout Honolulu. Are you a risk taker? Then this exotic city offers helicopter rides, bike rentals, four wheeling adventures, tours of the Ancient Hawaiian Ruins, and an amazing one-hour hike to Manoa Falls.
Honolulu is also rich in Polynesian cultural events. Whether shopping at a Polynesian Cultural Village, experiencing a live luau, or joining in on a ritual of dancing, there is something for everyone to enjoy. Honolulu is a melting pot of culinary tastes and you will find local flavors as you dine at five star restaurants and enjoy Hawaiian Regional Cuisine, or partake of the land by purchasing fresh fruit and vegetables from local vendors. Of course a trip to Honolulu would not be complete without a warm Aloha and lei for your enjoyment.
Honolulu is a tropical climate whose mid-ocean location makes for moderate conditions. There is very little change in temperature throughout the months with highs being in the mid 80's and lows falling at an average of about 68 degrees. Rainfall totals just less than 20 inches of precipitation per year. Honolulu is a paradise island retreat that is enjoyed by people of all ages and should be on your list of places to see.