Oahu, Hawaii is a place rich in culture, beauty and diversity of landscape. Depending on which side of the island your family travels, you will experience something entirely different and unique. What I loved most was going from the hustle and bustle of touristy Waikiki Beach to the solitude of the North Shore, home to big waves and big surf, and then ending our trip by enjoying the stunning landscape of Ka’a’awa Valley and a chance to experience a more local vibe.
Whatever your preference, you are sure to find Oahu an amazing family destination filled with wonderful things your whole family will be sure to enjoy!
For travelers with special needs or those who require special assistance, the Disability and Communication Access Board (DCAB) from the Hawaii State Department of Health created a list of Hawaii Special Need Traveler Tips for Kauai, Maui and Molokai, Oahu and Hawaii Island. This list includes transportation options, equipment and wheelchair rentals, service animals, accessible beaches and much more.
“Take only memories, leave only footprints.” – Chief Seattle