Waiahole Vacation Packages
Waiahole is near a diverse collection of Oahu Island’s more popular attractions. Two attractions that should be at the top of every visitor’s itinerary is the fascinating Hoomaluhia Botanical Gardens and the ever-popular Pearlridge. Two more worthwhile attractions that are located nearby Waiahole are the Ko'olau Golf Club and the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum and Park.
Those interested in exhibits and shows will find some interesting cultural highlights in and around Waiahole. Find the treasures kept in some of the inspiring galleries and collections such as the Pearl Harbor Visitor Center in Pearl Harbor and Bishop Museum in Honolulu.
If the sun is shining get outdoors and enjoy the nearby green spaces. When Mother Nature beckons, visit Lyon Arboretum in Honolulu and the Keehi Lagoon Park, a place where locals come to enjoy a little slice of tranquility. Reconnect with nature at one of the local beaches, for example Lanikai Beach in Kailua and Kailua Beach.
There’s no excuse to neglect your swing. Visit the Navy Marine Golf Course in Honolulu to enjoy the fastest greens, trickiest bunkers and friendliest clubhouse.
The sporting heart and soul of Waiahole, is Aloha Stadium, Honolulu, the home ground of the much-loved Hawaii Warriors college football team in winter. True sports obsessives can tour the locker rooms and peek into the inner workings of Aloha Stadium, Honolulu by taking a behind the scenes tour.
Finding somewhere suitable to base yourself in Waiahole couldn’t be easier. For a good night’s sleep it’s hard to go past the Castle Pacific Marina Inn Airport Hotel, Honolulu, the Airport Honolulu Hotel, and the popular Best Western The Plaza Hotel, Honolulu.
Accommodation in Waiahole
Expedia currently doesn't feature any accommodation listings for Waiahole, although, you'll find rooms just 3 miles away in Kaneohe. The Paradise Bay Resort and Kailua Ocean View Estate are among the most popular options in Kaneohe.