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Price and Availability Index Oahu Island
Vacation Rental Price Information on Oahu Island
The graph shows the average rental prices for the next twelve months on Oahu Island. on Oahu Island, prices can go up to $261 (12/29 - 1/5). On the other hand, in August you will find the cheapest prices (8/31 - 9/7). Prices this week are on average $223 a night.
Rental Availability Information on Oahu Island
The availability graph shows the percentage of available rentals on Oahu Island. It is harder to find an accommodation during a week of December (12/22 - 12/29), as 69% of the rentals are booked. On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in April (4/27 - 5/4).
The Weather on Oahu Island
The above is a climate diagram for Oahu Island. July is the warmest month on Oahu Island with average maximum temperatures of 82°. On the contrary, the coolest month is January. The wettest month is September with 22 rainy days on average. On the contrary, there is an average of only 13 rainy days in January, which is the driest month.
Enjoy the blend of culture and nature with Oahu vacation rentals
The third largest Hawaiian island Oahu offers breathtakingly beautiful vistas as well as numerous adventurous activities. This melting pot of culture is home to famous historic sites as well as surprisingly offbeat tourist attractions. Oahu also has some of the best surfing conditions in the world.
Vacation rentals give you all the comforts of home living and bring you close to the experience of local life in Oahu. You can choose between studio apartments, condos, and beachfront cottages as a base to explore this natural paradise.
Traditional dishes in Oahu
Poke is an Oahu specialty that you must try if you like fresh fish. It is a raw fish salad, seasoned with sweet soy sauce, seaweed, and scallions. Ono Seafood serves the best poke in Oahu. They also serve excellent octopus and tuna.
Head to Leonard’s Bakery to satisfy your sweet tooth. The malasadas, which are something between a doughnut and a brioche are the best in the whole of Oahu. Taste the original malasada with plain sugar coating or treat yourself to the jelly filled one.
The Hawaii Book & Music Festival happens every year for a weekend in May and brings together local and international authors for book presentations, poetry readings, theater performances and art exhibits.
Hawaiians believe that when you give someone a lei (garland of flowers), you are in essence giving a part of yourself. During the Annual Lei Day Celebration on May 1st, you can learn how to make a lei, play some Hawaiian games, or even learn a Hawaiian song!
Important landmarks in Oahu
One of the most famous volcanic cones in the world, Diamond Head is located 760 ft above sea level above the city of Waikiki. Go hiking here to experience the geology, nature and beautiful views surrounding this extinct volcano.
Polynesian Cultural Center
Located in Laie, the Polynesian Cultural Center is a theme park dedicated to the indigenous cultures of the Pacific Islands. Learn more about the traditional Hawaiian hula dance or about Maori face tattoos. Traditional food and shows can be enjoyed here in the evenings.
Regarded as a National Historic Landmark, Palace Iolani was the home of Hawaiian Royalty before they were overthrown in the late 19th century. It is the United States’ only official residence of former royalty.
USS Arizona Memorial
The USS Arizona Memorial at Pearl Harbor honors all those who died on the eponymous battleship during the surprise attack by the Japanese in 1941. Visit this memorial to see the sunken remains of the battleship.
Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese during World War II. Today, the naval base is a National Historic Landmark with an informative visitor's center.
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