General Information About HonoluluMokulele Airlines invites you to see the beauty of O’ahu via two convenient airports (Barbers Point – Kalaeloa and Honolulu International Airport.
Flying in to the Honolulu International Airport is more convenient for our passengers while staying in Waikiki. There you will enjoy surfing, paddling and swimming at beautiful Waikiki Beach, hiking renowned Diamond Head Crater, visits to the Honolulu Zoo or the Waikiki Aquarium and snorkeling at Hanauma Bay. O’ahu is also home to ‘Iolani Palace where the Hawaiian monarchy once resided and is revered by all people of Hawai’i.
Flying into Kalaeloa you will see some of the most stunning white sandy beaches stretching for miles and the pristine blue waters where surfers and sun bathers alike venture to. West Coast attractions include Disneyland’s famed Aulani resort and Wet N’ Wild Waterpark. O’ahu is considered to be one of the most popular destinations in the Hawaiian Islands for fishing, hiking the many trails across the island and visiting historic Pearl Harbor.
On the North Shore, surfing or just watching the Pipeline or Waimea waves is a must when the surf is up! But beware, it is only for the most experienced surfers. Turtle Bay, also on the North Shore, has golfing, diving, horseback riding and more. You can also visit the Polynesian Cultural Center if you yearn for a Polynesian cultural experience. If shopping is on your bucket list, you will find many stores in Waikiki, at Ward Center and at the famed Ala Moana Shopping Center some of which are Nordstrom’s, Saks Fifth Avenue, Macy’s and much, much more. An easy hop on the Waikiki Trolley is a great way to get all of your shopping done with ease.
As with all of our Hawai’i markets, inter-island tickets to/from O’ahu are always affordable on Mokulele Airlines. Book your Honolulu flight and experience a beautiful scenic flight and a great start to an ultimate O’ahu vacation on Mokulele Airlines, Hawai’i’s Favorite Island Hopper.
Things To Do On The East Side Of Oahu
From the beaches to the farmers market, Oahu has places for both relaxing and a vibrant food and nightlife scene. From the Polynesian Adventure Center to the Honolulu Zoo, Oahu has something for everyone.
- Hanauma Bay
- Nuuanu Pali Lookout
- North Shore
- Diamond Head
Museums & Educational Destinations
- National Memorial of the Pacific
- Pearl Harbor:
- USS Arizona Memorial
- Battleship USS Missouri
- `Iolani Palace
- King Kamehameha Statue
- Bishop Museum
- Honolulu Museum of Art
- Dole Plantation
Wildlife and Animal Attractions:
- Sea Life Park
- Honolulu Zoo
- Waikiki Aquarium
- Ala Moana Center
- Waikiki Shopping District
- Farmers Markets
- Extreme Sports - Skydiving, Parasailing, Zipline, Shark Cage Diving, and Jet Ski & Extreme Watersport's
- Water Fun - Scuba Diving, Snorkel Tours, Stand Up Paddle, Fishing, Surfing Lessons, and even Submarine Adventures.
- Land Adventures - Bike & Segway Tours, Walking Tours, Horseback Riding, Golf, Hiking, and of course Beaching Days.
- Family Focused: Luau's, Night Cruises - Dinner & Fireworks & Sunset Sails & Catamaran Adventures
- Bars: Mai Tai Bar, Rum Fire, Duke Canoe Club, Tikis, Side Street & Gordon Biersch Brewery
- Nightclubs: The Republik, M Honolulu, Addiction, Zanzibar, Manifest, Bar 35 & Eleven44