Honolulu, on Hawaii's beautiful island of Oahu, is perhaps best known for its glorious Waikiki Beach and means place of shelter, or sheltered bay in the Hawaiian language. Honolulu is a thriving city and a true melting pot of eastern and western cultures. With globally-inspired dining, world-class hopping, a newly thriving art scene, and bustling farmers markets, Honolulu is nothing short of a tropical paradise. With so many activity options at your fingertips, the hardest decision is where to start.
Our Destination Management activities in Honolulu include high adrenalin activities include riding an ATV or ziplining through the picturesque Kualoa Ranch, taking a scenic helicopter ride over the island, dragon boat racing on Waikiki Beach, learning to surf on one of the famous North Shore beaches or chartering a boat and swimming with turtles. For a more cultural or historical experience, you may like to take a trip up the North Shore to sample the islands delicacies, join a hula dancing lesson, make a traditional fresh flower lei or explore the Arizona Memorial and Battleship Missouri at Pearl Harbor.
Our DMC Honolulu services include offsite group dinner options range from a more informal carnival style event with local food trucks, a gourmet BBQ party set on the sand of a secluded beach, chartering a boat for a sunset cruise with cocktails, hiring a private residence with your very own chef or a, extravagantly themed traditional luau in the depths of some of Oahu’s most remote and spectacular rainforests, equipped with some of the island’s best cultural performers and DJs.
Conveniently located only one flight away from major ports in Australia and New Zealand, and with a travel time of around 9 hours from Sydney and Auckland, the laid-back vibes of this island getaway and undeniable beauty awaits. Honolulu International Airport is located 5km outside of Oahu’s CBD and acts as the gateway to the neighbouring islands that make up Hawaii.
Weather in Hawaii is very consistent, with only minor changes in temperature throughout the year. There are only two seasons in Hawaii, summer (called Kau in Hawaiian) from May to October and winter (Hooilo) from November to April. In Winter (November through April), temperatures typically range in the low-20s to high-20s, and in summer high temperatures can run into the mid-30s. Gentle trade winds keep even the warmest months comfortable, so any time of year is a good time to visit Oahu.