Oahu is considered the "Heart of Hawaii" and is the most visited of all of the Hawaiian Islands. Oahu is also home to the world-famous Waikiki beach. Oahu offers more restaurants, shops and nightlife than all of the other Hawaiian Islands combined. 80% of Hawaiians live in Oahu. There are all types of different hotels, motels, resorts, timeshares and condos that you can stay at depending on your budget. The most popular resort areas are Waikiki, Turtle Bay, Kahala and Diamond Head. There are many discount travel packages available, some that include car, hotel and airfare. In addition to lodging, there are several cruise ships that can take you around all of the Hawaiian Islands. Oahu is a great place to begin your Hawaiian vacation or holiday.
This Waikiki surf cam is streaming live from the Sheraton Waikiki Hotel overlooking the south shore of Oahu.
Streaming webcam overlooking the heart of Waikiki Beach with Diamond Head in the distance.
See the Hawaiian monk seal on the Waikiki Aquarium live streaming webcam.
Streaming webcam for the Royal Hawaiian Resort on Waikiki Beach. Pan, tilt and zoom with presets.
This live webcam is from the Honolulu International airport on Oahu.
This is a live streaming cam from the Turtle Bay in Kahuku on Oahu's North Shore.
Streaming cam located in the heart of Waikiki.
Live streaming webcam from the Hyatt Regency Waikiki Beach Resort.
This is a live streaming Surf Cam with a view of the Ala Moana surf on the South Shore of Oahu from Surfline with long pre-roll advertising.
This Surf Cam has a view of the world famous surf reef break located off Ehukai Beach Park in Pupukea on Oahu's North Shore from Surfline with long pre-roll advertising
This Surf Cam features a view of Sunset Beach on Oahu's North Shore known for big wave surfing during the winter season from Surfline.
This a Surf Cam at Waimea Bay, located east of Haleiwa on the North Shore of Oʻahu at the mouth of the Waimea River from Surfline with long pre-roll advertising.
Live streaming Surf Cam of the North Shore.
On the North Shore of Oahu, the beaches attract the top professional surfers. Sunset Beach, Waimea Bay, Ehukai Beach, Ali'i Beach and Banzai Pipeline are some of the legendary spots along this amazing shoreline. In the winter, waves can reach as high as 30 feet! These white-sandy beaches are also filled with body-boarders, body-surfers and sun-worshipers as well.
Located near the North Shore is the remarkable Polynesian Cultural Center, set in a 42-acre lagoon part, You can spend the entire day there visiting the 7-island villages, canoe riders and enjoying over 100 performers.
On the southern side of Oahu Island is world-famous Waikiki Beach. Its boardwalks are jam-packed with hotels, bars and restaurants. It is a popular and convenient location to stay while on vacation. Waikiki is known for its long, endless days of sun, fine golden sand, excellent surfing and a sandy lagoon ideal for swimming. It's a great place to hang out day and night. It is also a very popular honeymoon destination.
A short drive from Waikiki is Diamond Head. Diamond Head is the awesome volcano crater on Oahu's south side. It got its name in the late 1700's when British seamen saw calcite crystals sparkling in the sunshine and thought they had found diamonds. Take a hike up Diamond Head for panoramic views of Waikiki.
Close to Diamond Head is Hanauma Bay, which is considered the best snorkeling in Hawaii. The safe, clam waters are protected by an offshore reef. It is a great place to go for swimming, snorkeling, or just sunbathing.
On the other side of Waikiki is the USS Arizona Memorial and Pearl Harbor. This memorial commemorates the servicemen and women who died in 1941 during the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. The USS Missouri battleship is also there and houses a museum.