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Top 6 Things To Do During Summer on O`ahu

Heading to Hawaii this summer? We’ve got your list for top activities to enjoy this season with the whole family! From ship to shore, we have you covered. Check out our list of top 6 activities to do during your summer on Oʻahu.

1. North Shore
About an hour away from Waikīkī is the North Shore, which is home to the quaint town of Haleiwa where visitors can shop and eat like a local. Take a drive along the northern coast and you’ll see some of the best beaches the island has the offer with calm waves that offer perfect swimming conditions during the summer! Take a tour of this scenic coast from the comfort and convenience of a Royal Star Hawaii private luxury SUV.

2. Dolphin Watch
Take the whole family to spot wild dolphins as they jump and play along the Waianae coast. Dolphin Star, O‘ahu’s largest dolphin vessel, offers a great dolphin watch cruise with certified Naturalists who educate guests about Hawaii’s beautiful marine animals.

3. Sunset Cruise
For a fun tropical evening on the water, book a sunset cruise off the shores of Waikīkī ! Star of Honolulu offers various cruise packages, including its Pacific Star Sunset Buffet & Show cruise, which features a buffet dinner with a roast beef carving station, complimentary E Komo Mai Tai and Polynesian show.

4. Pearl Harbor
Explore some of Oahu’s most historic landmarks, including the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument with the Arizona Memorial, Punchbowl National Cemetery and Downtown Honolulu. To explore the Arizona Memorial & downtown Honolulu, Royal Star Hawaii offers a tour for a great value!

5. Luau & Show
For the ultimate Hawaiian experience, dine under the stars in our cabana with an upscale island luau buffet. Guests will be treated to Hawaiian entertainment during the luau. Then, they will enjoy Waikiki’s biggest show, Rock-A-Hula, complete with hula, fire knife dancing and legendary performances! Our premier theater is located at the Royal Hawaiian Center, where our guests can escape in the heart of Waikiki.

6. Iolani Palace
A living restoration of a proud Hawaiian national identity and registered National Historic Landmark, Iolani Palace is the only official royal residence in the United States. Walk through the halls of the Palace, and get transported back into Hawaiian history when King Kalakaua and his sister and successor, Queen Liliuokalani, ruled the Kingdom of Hawaii. When you choose to Create Your Own Tour with Royal Star Hawaii, you can personalize your visit of this historic site in one of their luxury vehicles.