Travelers to Waialua give high marks for the beaches. Tourists can also enjoy so much more including its coffeehouses. Around the area, top sights include USS Missouri Memorial, Dole Plantation, and Banzai Pipeline.
- There are 35 hotels and other accommodations in Waialua
- The closest major airport is in Kapolei, HI (JRF-Kalaeloa), 18.7 mi (30.1 km) from the city center
- The next closest is in Honolulu, HI (HNL-Daniel K. Inouye Intl.), 23 mi (37 km) away
Sightseeing and Staying in Waialua
The city's beaches and sunsets provide a picturesque setting and places to visit include Mokuleia Beach Park. Additionally, you might want to add Hawaii Polo Club to your agenda.
As you plan your vacation to Waialua, your ideal accommodation may not be in the heart of the city but there are 168 hotels and other lodging options within the local area. Here are some places close by where you can stay:
- In Mokuleia, you'll find 18 hotels and other lodging options to choose from
- In Makaha, you'll find 52 hotels and other lodging options to choose from and Makaha Beach Park is one sight to visit
- There are 84 hotels and other lodging options to choose from in Waianae, and sights to visit include Makaha Valley Golf Club and Pokai Bay Beach Park
Outside the city, popular places to see include USS Missouri Memorial, 19.9 mi/32.1 km from the heart of the city, and USS Arizona Memorial, which is 20.4 mi (32.9 km) away.
Dressing for Waialua
- Between January and March, you can expect the daytime average to be around 77°F and the nighttime average to be 60°F
- From April to June, temperatures average about 81°F during the day and 62°F at night
- July through September averages 83°F during the day and 67°F at night
- In October-December, the average temperature is 82°F during the day and 62°F at night
- Waialua gets about 64.25 inches of rain per year
- Hottest months are usually September and August with an average temperature of 83°F, while the coldest months are February and January with an average of 61°F