Honolulu, Waikiki & O'ahu - Pearl Harbor & Leeward O'ahu (PDF Chapter)
Pearl Harbor has a resonance for all Americans. The site of the December 7, 1941 attack that brought the US into WWII is accessible, evocative and moving. It’s the top site for visitors to Ha-waii.
- pause to honor more than 1000 sailors who lost their lives on the USS Arizona during the Pearl Harbor attack
- surf the towering waves in winter, or snorkel and swim in summer, at Makaha Beach Park
- hike a mere 5 miles along the Ka‘ena Point Trail to see the Pacific Ocean at its wildest and visit the furthest western point on O‘ahu
- restaurants & accommodation
Coverage includes: Pearl Harbor, ‘Aiea, Leeward O‘ahu, Kapolei Area, Ko Olina, Wai‘anae Coast, Ka‘ena Point.
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