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Ala Wai Boat Harbour, O'ahu, United States
Ala Wai Boat Harbor is the largest small-boat and yacht harbor in Hawaii. The harbor is situated in Honolulu at the mouth of the Ala Wai Canal, between Waikiki and downtown Honolulu. To the east is Waikiki beach and Diamond Head; to the west, Magic Island and the Honolulu waterfront. The harbor is home to the Waikiki Yacht Club and the Hawaii Yacht Club, which host junior sailing clubs, weekly sailing races, and fishing tournaments. Every two years, Ala Wai Harbor is the home port of TransPac sailing race, that begins in California and ends at Diamond Head Point. Just steps away is Ala Moana Blvd, with many restaurants, bars and stores. Kahanamoku Beach is closest to the harbor, offering swimming, surfing and paddle-boarding. Further east are the famous beaches of Waikiki, lined by hotels, terraces and scuba shops. Diamond Head is accessible via its historic hiking trail, with stunning coastal views. You can see all of Honolulu from the top, as well as the towns beyond.
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Attractions in O'ahu
Oahu is one of the eight islands that form the Hawaiian archipelago. This is the third largest island in the archipelago, and its state capital is the famous city of Honolulu. The fascinating beaches and volcanic relief, together with the touristic attractions of Honolulu turn this island into one of the most popular destinations for travelers all over the world.
The island’s natural splendors offer a fascinating experience. Most tourists come here to bathe in the warm waters, enjoy the golden sands or book a berth and explore the surroundings. Many berth options can easily be booked at MarinaReservation.com. For those who are rather drawn by hiking, there are numerous opportunities to enjoy a memorable walk in the wildlife or a challenging expedition to one of the volcanic peaks; the most famous is Kaʻala, the highest peak on the island measuring over 1200 meters. The Koko Head Stairs on the Southern side of O... more info
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