Honolulu Private Jet Charter Flights and Jet Hire Honolulu
There is never a bad time to visit the Island of Oahu. Any Oahu travel guide you pick up will note that year-round temperatures between 70°F and 85°F are one of the single most common reasons people look for travel deals and cheap flights to Oahu. While luxury hotels and private jet flights to Oahu are readily available, there is a high tourist season on Oahu from December through April, private jet charter flights and travel deals may seem more difficult to find. The reason for this is because, during this time, almost everywhere north of the equator is cold and folks are seeking out travel deals for a sunny island vacation.
Oahu travel deals are still available during the high season; however, Waikiki Beach, the outdoor markets of Honolulu and the lush, verdant gardens of the Windward Coast are just as appealing in the off-season, when you will find even better travel deals to Oahu with hotels and charter airline flights. Regardless of the time of year, Oahu will be beautiful and a handy Oahu travel guide will provide you with plenty of options of things to see and do. With just a bit of research comparing travel deals online, travelers can find cheap hotels and discount airline tickets that will fit your travel budget and will leave plenty left over for macadamia nuts, muumuus or a ukulele.
How to get there
The major airport on Oahu is Honolulu International Airport (HNL). Airfare to Oahu is cheaper during the months of April through June and September through December. June through September, though, is the height of family travel time and prices are once again higher. From Oahu you can also catch short flights to neighboring islands including Maui, Kauai, and the Big Island.
Where to stay
Oahu features many bed and breakfasts, hotels and resorts that offer deep discounts on rooms. The Papaya Paradise Bed and Breakfast is located at 395 Auwinala Rd, Kailua, and offers traditional furnishings with modern amenities. It also features gorgeous views of Mount Olomana. Waikiki Marina Hotel at the Ilikai, is located at 1777 Ala Moana Blvd, Honolulu. The Ilikai, provides studio style rooms and a stunning view of Waikiki Beach. If you want the number one rated hostel in Hawaii, look no further than the Waikiki Beachside Hostel located at 2556 Lemon Rd, Honolulu. Just half a block from the beach, this hostel will meet all of your needs with its close proximity to shops, clubs, restaurants and parks.
What to do
Naturally, once you've unpacked, you'll want to find something to do. Simply put, Oahu doesn't disappoint. The Pearl Harbor and USS Arizona Memorial is a top tourist destination for most Oahu travelers. Visit with reverence and honor the 1,177 military personnel who lost their lives on December 7, 1941. If you enjoy seeing beauty all around, the hour-long hike up Diamond Heads well-trod path will not disappoint. Once you reach the peak, you'll enjoy the awe of a 360° view of the entire Island of Oahu. The Waikiki Aquarium is the United States third oldest public aquarium and is the home to numerous exhibits and amazing sea life. The Honolulu Zoo offers multiple examples of Hawaii's varied wildlife. Waikiki Beach is known worldwide for its amazing waves in the winter. Visit the beach and enjoy the show as some of the world’s top surfers carve some of the best tubes.
Where to eat
By the time you've finished your daily excursions into and around Oahu, you'll want to grab a bite to eat. If you're on the north shore taking in the surfers, Ted's Bakery (59-024 Kamehameha Hwy) is the place to go when you want to finish off with dessert. Ted's offers some great surf cuisine, but what people really go for is Ted's world-famous pie. Centered around its open kitchen, Alan Wong's Restaurant brings together an amazing fusion of Asian, Hawaiian and American cuisine. After dinner try the famous “Crunch Bar” to end your evening in chocolate and macadamia nut bliss. French cuisine with Hawaiian twists define Le Mer. Be sure to reserve in the early evening in order to enjoy a gorgeous ocean front sunset, but mind the dress code as the staff is quite strict about it. If you're searching for contemporary seafood fair, look no further than Orchids (2199 Kalia Rd., Honolulu). If anything defines Orchids, it is the open-air tables situated beachfront and every one of them is the best seat in the house