Hawaii’s Largest City
With a metropolitan population of just under one million, Honolulu is the largest city in Hawaii and a major center of culture, sport, business, and government. Such a large city located close to the beach allows you to experience the state’s natural beauty while having easy access to all the conveniences of modern life, achieving a balance between the two. Downtown Honolulu is Oahu’s epicenter of business and finance.
Location & Lodging
If you’re staying in or around downtown Honolulu, you may opt for a hotel in nearby Waikiki, or you can stay in:
Lodging is never hard to find in Honolulu. No matter your budget, interests, or plans, you’ll have no trouble living in both convenience and luxury while in this city.
Things To Do In Honolulu
If you’re staying in Honolulu, this town has a variety of activities you’ll want to take advantage of.
In addition to water sports, Honolulu is a major site for deep sea fishing trips. Whipsaw Sportfishing has extensive experience organizing such trips, taking Honolulu’s residents and visitors out to catch marlin, tuna, sail fish, mahi mahi, and a cornucopia of underwater game. By wrestling with these and other powerful fish, you will build new strength while gaining a unique appreciation for Hawaii’s aquatic wildlife.
Getting to Whipsaw from Honolulu
Whipsaw’s tours begin at Kewalo Basin Harbor in Honolulu, making them easy to reach if you are staying in the city. If you’re staying in downtown Honolulu, follow these directions (Google Map Link):