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Prices for a stay in Waikane begin at $149 per night.
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Located on the eastern side of Oahu, Waikane is approximately a half hour drive from downtown Honolulu and Waikiki. Waikane Valley extends from Oahu’s eastern coastline near Kaneohe Bay up to the Koolau Mountains and is a lush setting with beautiful scenery. Parts of Waikane have also been featured in various movies and television shows, including 50 First Dates and Lost. From outdoor water activities such as surfing and paddle boarding to hiking in Waimea Valley and enjoying Hawaii’s natural beauty, Waikane is the perfect relaxing getaway.
Things to Do in Waikane
There are plenty of beautiful nearby beaches such as Kaneohe Bay, where visitors can kayak or go sailing. Kailua Bay is further south and a great spot for swimming, snorkeling and more. One of the town’s historic landmark spots is the Waikane Store, where you can stop for snacks and try their popular mochiko chicken dish. Other adventures include a visit to Kualoa Ranch and Zipline, visit Waikane Congregational Church, and check out Kama’s Hawaiian Style Woodworks, which makes everything from paddles to jewelry.
Day Trips Near Waikane
The North Shore is a 48-minute drive away from Waikane and is home to a pristine string of world-famous beaches including Banzai Pipeline, Sunset Beach and Waimea Bay. Waiahole Beach Park is a dark sand beach that offers nice views of Waikane Pier, which has been featured in countless movies and shows. In the other direction, Honolulu is just over a half hour drive away and is filled with things to do, from walking around the busy Waikiki area to hiking in beautiful Diamondhead. Another great area to visit is the resort town of Ko’Olina, which is 18 miles away and has many golf courses, the famous Paradise Cove Luau, and the Disney Aulani Resort.
There are many townhomes and spacious single-family residences around Waikane that you can book during your next vacation, from coastline homes to properties situated in the lush valley. Local Waikane neighborhoods are Ahuimanu, Heeia and Kahaluu, which are all surrounded by lush valleys and greenery, although Kahaluu is closest to the ocean and offers stunning views.
Transportation in Waikane
A rental car is the most convenient form of accommodation in Waikane, making it easier to get around the rest of the island. Taxis are another less commonly used form of transportation, and many locals and visitors use TheBus—Oahu’s public transportation system. More information on fares and routes can be found at www.thebus.org. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, another option is to rent a moped or a motorcycle for traveling around, but it is advised to ride with caution, especially during the rain and when there is heavy traffic.
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