Oahu is the third-largest of the Hawaiian Islands, popularly known as “The Gathering Place.”
It is home to around one million people, or roughly two-thirds of the population of the United States state of Hawaii.
Honolulu County governs the island, and the state capital, Honolulu, is located on Oahu’s southeast coast.
Things To Do Near Your Oahu Cabin Rental
- Hawaii Forest And Trail. hawaii-forest.com
- Majestic By Atlantis Cruises. majestichawaii.com
- Battleship Missouri Memorial. ussmissouri.org
- Oahu Nature Tours. oahunaturetours.com
- Hawaiian Mission Houses Historic Site and Archives. missionhouses.org
- Pearl Country Club. pearlcc.com
- Paradise Cove Luau. paradisecove.com
- Pacific Historic Parks. pacifichistoricparks.org
- Malama Loko Ea Foundation. lokoea.org/hololea
- International Market Place. shopinternationalmarketplace.com
Interesting Fact About Oahu
Oahu is also notable for having the world’s longest rain shower, which lasted 200 days in a row.
From August 27, 1993 to April 30, 1994, Kneohe Ranch saw 247 consecutive days of rain.
One of the island’s numerous nicknames is “rainbow state.” Because of the regular rain showers in Hawaii, rainbows are a typical sight.