Wyndham at Waikiki Beach Walk Vacation for Oahu Surfing and Polynesian Cultural Center





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Published on Feb 14, 2010

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Welcome to 7.7 Acres of New Waikiki Pleasures. If youre looking for a property that packs a ton of on-site fun, be among the first to reserve your spot at the new Wyndham Waikiki Beach Walk (TM), part of Outriggers huge Waikiki Beach Walk project. This will be Wyndham's first branded Waikiki resort, with so much to enjoy on site — including specialty island shopping and cuisine, live entertainment and a premium spot just one block from world-famous Waikiki Beach.

If you enjoy meeting your fellow owners and participating in fun activities, our resort staff offers classes, games and other interests for adults, children and families. There is also a library with Wi-Fi Internet access. You'll shop, dine and relax to your heart's content with more than 40 specialty Hawaiian retailers and four name-brand restaurants featuring authentic island cuisine. When you want to play on golden sand and turf, Waikiki Beach's swimming, snorkeling, surfing and sandcastle fun is one block away from your unit.

We'll take a look at some of the most popular visitor attractions on Oʻahu. We'll look at Waikiki and the world famous Waikiki Beach; downtown Honolulu; Windward Oʻahu and finally Central Oʻahu to Pearl Harbor. Aside from the world famous Waikiki Beach, which is, in itself, a major attraction, you'll want to consider a visit to the Honolulu Zoo. Located on the west side of Kapi'olani Park. The Honolulu Zoo is the largest in the state of Hawaii. Located within easy walking distance of the zoo is the Waikiki Aquarium. Built in 1904, this is the third-oldest public aquarium in the United States. Their exhibits, programs, and research focus on the aquatic life of Hawaii and the tropical Pacific.

Other worthwhile attractions in Waikiki include the Damien Museum where you can learn about the life of Father Damien, famous for working with those suffering from Hansen's disease. Aloha Tower is famous for greeting all who arrive in the port of Honolulu by ship. The Bishop Museum is a must see for anyone interested in the history and culture of Hawaii. The museum contains the world's largest collection of Hawaiian and Pacific artifacts. The Hawaii Maritime Center is located near Aloha Tower. The museum details the maritime history of Hawaiian and the Polynesian people. Be sure to see the historic ship the Falls of Clyde, the world's last four masted, fully rigged ship which is designated as a National Historic Landmark. See the famous Hokuleʻa, the Polynesian sailing canoe that retraced the voyages of ancient Hawaiians throughout the South Pacific by using the stars and ocean currents to navigate. In the historic area of downtown Honolulu the ʻIolani Palace, built in 1882, is the only royal palace on American soil. Sitting atop Punchbowl Crater is the National Cemetery of the Pacific, the final resting place for more than 40,000 war veterans who served the United States in World War II, Korea and Vietnam.

Whether you drive past Diamond Head and Maunalua Bay and around Koko Head Crater past Hanauma Bay, Sandy Beach, Makapuʻu Point and Waimanalo or begin your drive at the end of the Pali or Likelike Highway at Kaneʻohe Bay, a drive along Oʻahu's Eastern Shore and Windward Coast makes for a perfect day trip from Waikiki. Proceeding north on the Kamehameha Highway you will pass Mokolii Island, more popularly known as Chinaman's Hat, for obvious reasons. If you're on Oʻahu in winter, you're likely to see the very high waves that make Oʻahu's North Shore famous. The highway eventually makes its way to the town of Waimea, home to the Waimea Valley Audubon Center. Pearl Harbor is home to the USS Arizona Visitors Center and the USS Arizona Memorial, the USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park and the USS Battleship Missouri Memorial. Along the way you can stop at the Dole Plantation Visitor Center where you can sample many pineapple treats, purchase lots of souvenirs and even try to make your way through the world's largest maze. In Laie you will find the Polynesian Cultural Center, Hawaii's most popular privately owned attraction. Here you will find re-created villages of seven Polynesian cultures, Fiji, the Marquesas, New Zealand, Samoa, Tahiti, Tonga and Hawaii. The afternoon canoe pageant is a popular attraction as is the evening luau and show.


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