Expert Travel Advice to Oahu

Top Answers To Oahu Travel Questions

  • Anonymous user answered:
    The temperature in Oahu during March typically hovers around 76 degrees. The island receives more rain in the winter months, but hurricanes are not a concern. Overall, winter in Oahu is a popular time of year to visit due to its beautiful weather conditions. Box jellyfish, which are found in Hawaii, tend to populate the waters around the island for about 9 to 10 days following a full moon. Sharks are present in all ocean waters, so the best policy is to always approach the ocean as a wilderness area. Swimming with a lifeguard present can minimize potential encounters with wildlife. Do not hesitate to ask lifeguards about the present conditions of the water. March is a time of year you might see humpback whales, blue whales, and pygmy whales. Additionally, you are likely to spot dolphins, manta rays, and monk seals. Winter months are a migratory season in the waters around Hawaii. There is much to see. I hope this helps in your travel planning. Have a wonderful trip!
  • Anonymous user answered:
    Yes, the largest flea market in Hawaii is located on Oahu. The Aloha Stadium Swap Meet is open Wednesday, Saturday and Sunday from 6 a.m. to 3 p.m. There is also another flea market, the Kam Super Swap Meet. Click on the link below for addresses and phone numbers. Happy hunting! http://bit.ly/bxBxlh
  • Anonymous user answered:
    It appears you can take a bus. Here is a website that has travel times and other user information (http://bit.ly/htqbBe). Hope that helps!
  • Kim answered:
    HI Kathy, Summertime, when families descend on Hawai‘i, constitutes high season. So does wintertime (from mid-December through March), when a blanket of brrrr covers most of the mainland. Holiday periods like Thanksgiving and Easter also draw throngs. Be careful about coming in late April: There are three simultaneous holidays in Japan at that time, which means the Japanese are traveling in greater numbers than usual. In general, the north and eastward facing coasts tend to get more rain. But even when it's raining on the north or eastern shore, it's often not on the south or westerly shores. And rain showers don't tend to last that long, like they do on the mainland. Check this out ==>http://www.govisithawaii.com/hawaii-weather/ And you might also want to pick up a copy of my Hawaii: An Explorer's Guide :-) ==> http://www.amazon.com/Explorers-Guide-Hawaii-Complete/dp/0881508098/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1308801035&sr=8-1 Kim Grant

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