Mokuauia Island, or Goat Island, is a flat islet in Laie Bay. It is made of lithified dunes, making it a unique sight.
Kaena Point is the westernmost tip of Oahu, where the north and west shores meet.
Byodo-In Temple is a replica of a 900-year-old Buddhist temple in Japan, located in the Valley of the Temples Memorial Park.
Makapuu Tide Pools are natural pools formed by volcanic rocks along the Makapuu Lighthouse Trail.
Kaniakapupu Ruins are the remains of the summer palace of King Kamehameha III and Queen Kalama, built in 1845.
Spitting Cave is a cliffside cave on the south shore of Oahu, where the ocean water shoots up like a geyser.
Tantalus Lookout, or Puu Ualakaa State Park, is a hilltop park that offers panoramic views of Honolulu, Diamond Head, and the Pacific Ocean.
Mermaid Caves are underwater caves near Nanakuli Beach Park on the west coast of Oahu.
Koko Crater Botanical Garden is a 60-acre garden inside the Koko Crater, a volcanic cone on the east side of Oahu.
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