Hawaii Travel Guide – 13 Tips for a FANTASTIC Trip to Oahu



One of the most spectacularly beautiful places on Earth. Known as the “Gathering Place,” join me as I help you decide what to do, …

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50 thoughts on “Hawaii Travel Guide – 13 Tips for a FANTASTIC Trip to Oahu

  1. Justin Time says:

    If you want to stay cheep you dont have to go to a damn hostel. Stay at any number of hotels in the Outrigger chain. Hawaii is very cheap to eat. Street food abounds and a lot of the hotels fast food restaurants as the hotel restaurant. Fact.

  2. RoadCaptainEntertain says:

    Stayed in Honolulu next door to the International Marketplace two blocks back from Waikiki beach on Kuhio Ave..
    Rented a Harley – Davidson to get around & had no problems with traffic, left Honolulu going east around Diamond Head then up the east coast to the north shore and back south through the middle of the island to Pearl City then back to Honolulu.
    Stopped many times at numerous beaches and found a nice family owned burger joint and surf shop for a quick bite.
    Saw the famous sites we all have heard of.
    Rode around the island for five days stopped at every Harley shop on the island.
    Spent 5 days on the trip and had a great time.

  3. Judine Coyle says:

    Beaches, waimlo Beach, no crowds Jelly take serious Portuguese manure Lanikai Beach, crowded Kahana get married lol mo marriage lion head Winamp bay? Parking not great sunset Beach chill makapoup Beach, Alamance Beach, Waikiki tourist clear water diamond head in back ground car rental , 150 tramen air banal seaside hostile local spots Leonard's bakery Portuguese doughnuts my spelling is not great Helen's HAWAIIAN FOOD MENU D TASTE OF EVERYTHING , GIOVANIS SHRIMP TRUCK FOOD TRUCK SHRIMP SCAMPI KONOS OLD SCOOL PIG SANDWHICH , PIG IN THE LAKE 12 MELT IN YOUR MOUTH BRISKET I AM GETTING HUNGRY LOL AHI ASANS, FOODLAND POKI , SHAVE ICE KOKNUTS SHAVE ICE OBOMA , FLEE MARKET ART CLITHES CRAFTS SNOKLE , WED 1ST THING CLEAR WATER , SHARKS COVE GO SCUBA DIVING, MAGESTIC HAWAIIAN SEA TURTLES, TAKE AHIKE , DIAMOND GEAD PEAK AFTER 400 MAKAPOUP LIGHT HIUSE , LANIKA RIDGE LUNES DAWN DUSK, KOKO HEAD CRATER, GOOD LONGS HARD TO BREATHE , PAULI LOOK OUT, PEAR HARBOUR, USS MISSOURI, WAIMAI VALLEY SWIM IN FALLS LIFE JACKET , KAILUA FARMERS FARMET BOTANICAL GARDENS MOKOLICE I CANT SPEL ALL THESE WAIKIKI ART S LAGOON STREET PROFORMING LUSH JUNGLES,

  4. Kim Zeltsar says:

    I lived on Oahu for 4 years in Makakilo. Malama’s (small market) in our neighborhood had the delicious poke. I would stop and pick up a few containers on my way home on Friday and feast all weekend. Yum

  5. Tiffini M. Swanston says:

    Really enjoyed this video. It contains exactly what I was looking for in terms of things to do away from the tourist strip. And the advice in the comments made this even more useful. Just wondering if Matt is still around since it looks like his last video was pre-pandemic. Either way, Matt: my deepest thanks!

  6. Jonathan Smith says:

    So Poke is how we make it here in USA…sadly no one seems to know how to make other than those living in the state of Hawaii…why you Hawaiians won't spread the love…we all share the same country here. Send the other 49 the recipe so we can modify it some more.

  7. Delyne says:

    You made me missed my home of 29 years. I left June 29, 2023 to travel the world. Am in Bali, Indonesia right now heading to down under and New Zealand.

  8. Donovan Salima says:

    How about you respect our island an not tell all the tourist our local spots you guys already took over our whole island. We cater at all of you like your kings an queens so please keep our beaches OUR beaches an stay in Waikiki thank you

  9. luv2travel2000 says:

    🤙😍 🌴🏖🌞 When you said that coming to Hawaii feels like coming home, I can relate. Once when I flew in to Oahu I actually said that to the person sitting next to me, but I always feel that way. Aloha. 🤙🌺

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