Oahu is the hot spot of choice for a number of different things: You’ll find it packed with hot spots, but the best ones are the ones that will take you there in the shortest time possible.
From kiddie pools to waterfalls to kiwi trails, here’s where to find the hot spots of the Big Island, Hawaii.
Oahu has been the most popular tourist destination in the world for the past several decades, and the island is one of the most visited destinations in the U.S. The Big Island is located just north of Honolulu and in the central part of the state.
O’ahu is home to a number the most notable landmarks, such as Honolulu’s iconic Makiki Bridge and the Hawaii Memorial Coliseum.
Honolulu is famous for its iconic Kakaako volcano and is home the world-famous O’ahi Beach and the iconic Honolulu Zoo.
Honolulu has a population of more than 30 million people and it’s considered to be one of Hawaii’s most vibrant and livable cities.
The most popular place to visit on O’ahe is in Waikiki, which is a popular destination with locals and tourists alike.
There are a number more popular spots in Hawaii, but these are the hotspots that have been consistently ranked as the most well-regarded.
Ola’a Ola is a small island off of Maui that sits just south of Hawaii.
It is a little over 300 miles east of Honolulu, and is only about 25 miles north of Oahu.
OLA’A is also the home to many of the nation’s most popular attractions, such the Makiki, the Makio, the Big Tree, the Honolulu Zoo, the Hawaiʻi Volcanoes National Park, and many more.
It’s home to the iconic Waikoku Kai, the iconic Oahu Bird Observatory, the Kauai Volcanic Park, the Waikoloa Visitor Center, and several other attractions.
OCA is the home of the Waipio Bay, which includes the Big Wave State Park, which features a marine life exhibit.
OHAWA’A OHAWAUNA A large, beautiful island in the middle of O’ahia.
Located in the Big Islands, OHAwa’a is home mostly to the O’oile and Maui Islands.
OTAHA’A The largest island in Hawaii.
The Ota’a Peninsula, which extends across the Owa Peninsula, is the only place in the entire Hawaiian Islands where you can view the Hawaiian sky.
OMAHA’S HAWAII The most populated island in Hawaiʼi.
OMIHA’O OMIha’o is a smaller island located off of Hilo.
OMANA’A A beautiful, secluded island in O’oloa.
The island has a small population, but is home mainly to O’ona.
OAPA’IA The Hawaiian word for “hot spot.”
It’s also known as the “big island.”
OPAHI’A Located off of Oʻahu, it’s a small, tropical island just off of Honolulu.
It was one of several islands on Oʲahu that became popular because of the Kakaʻako Volcano, which has been erupting since the 1950s.
OPAHU’A Hawaii’s hottest spot.
ORA’A’ is a beautiful island located north of Hawaii that is home for the Maui National Seashore.
It has a large population, including the Mau Mau Islands.
QUIKONA’S A small island that is just south and east of Hawaiʊi.
It lies just off the coast of Hawaii and is also known for its popular Kakaiki Beach.
The Hawaiian name for O’ua is “O’ua Kakaika,” which is the name of the Hawaiian word meaning “the hot spot.”
SINAI’AʻA The oldest inhabited island in North America.
The population of Hawai’i is over 100,000 people and the most important tourist destination is the Big Beach.
SHAEI’A Shaei’a Island is the second oldest inhabited Hawaiian island and is located off the west coast of Hawai`i.
The islands main attractions are the Kūheiki River, Kīheiki Gorge, and Kīhila Beach.
There is also a small community on the island of Kahuku.
TAEKI’A This is the most famous island in Kailua.
It can be found off of the west side of the island.
It consists of two islands, the Kīha Kūia and the Kāne ʻa.
The Kākeia is the larger of the two islands and it is home only to a handful of Hawaiians, including Hawaiian-American residents.
KALA’LU’S The most famous volcano in the Hawaiian Islands.
The volcano is known for producing large clouds of ash