Grand Travel Worldwide associates know that filled with Aloha Spirit, Oahu is perhaps Hawaii’s most lively island filled with great daily activities and an even more exciting nightlife. Oahu’s go with the flow attitude and laid back style can be found everywhere on the island from Oahu’s beautiful beaches to its bars and club nightlife. The island features great nightlife activities from Honolulu’s exciting live music to Waikiki’s amazing club scene Oahu offers a variety of nightlife choices from the laid back and relaxed to the action packed. Honolulu and Waikiki are the focal point of Oahu’s nightlife and offer everything from romantic evenings on the beach and tropical nights filled with Polynesian culture to long nights of non-stop dancing and mai tai’s, Hawaii’s signature drink.
Oahu nights begin at sunset with an explosion of colors stretching into the sky remark the members of Grand Travel Worldwide. Whether you’re at one of Oahu’s fine dining restaurants, heading back to your luxury accommodations after a fun-filled day at the beach or shopping for that perfect Hawaiian souvenir make sure to take a moment to watch the sun set with vibrant pinks, oranges and reds marking the end of an exciting day and the beginning of a thrilling night.
Oahu runs on what locals refer to as Hawaiian-time, allowing everyone to be completely relaxed and never in a hurry. Many of Oahu’s hottest nightspots don’t get started until midnight so there’s no need to rush into the evening. Throw on your new Aloha shirt with its brightly colored flowers and hang loose in one of the many beach bars or hotel bars that line the beach. Waikiki offers an active nightlife that includes a variety of friendly bars serving tropical drinks complete with a little umbrella. Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach is a four star resort on Waikiki Beach that offers nothing but the best in accommodations, entertainment and nightlife. Duke’s Canoe Club is a popular bar inside the Outrigger Waikiki on the Beach and offers excellent dining, unforgettable ocean front views and some of the best tropical drinks in Oahu.
Venture outside your resort hotel to Kalakaua and Kuhio Avenues, the center of Waikiki’s restaurant, bar and nightclub scene suggest eth members of Grand Travel Worldwide. If you’re already in the area much of Waikiki’s nightlife is within walking distance of each other and transportation is not necessary. If you want to experience Oahu’s nightlife beyond Waikiki then take advantage of the many methods of transportation that are available. Getting around in Oahu is an affordable and easy task. Rent a car for a day or two to explore the entire island, hop in a taxi to take you to all the best late night spots or hitch a ride on TheBus when in Honolulu. TheBus is Honolulu’s bus system that operates from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m. and goes to various Oahu destinations with pick-up spots marked by yellow and orange striped signs. The fare for TheBus is US$2.00 and there is a 4 day TheBus pass available at many local stores for US$20.00. Make sure to “scratch” your ticket correctly before getting on the first TheBus. When purchasing the 4 day pass it is highly recommended that you also purchase the guide to TheBus which is available for only US$2.95. TheBus is an ideal way to get to great Oahu nightlife events including luaus, hula shows or many of the other activities that the island offers.Read More