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PoppyMy name is Poppy and I went through a horrible divorce and a breakup and now just need to get away. My kids are graduating and I've had such a hard time. I want to start living again and going to places I love and meeting new friends. Meeting girlfriends from other areas. New cultures. I want to learn and I want to spend the last half of my life the right way.
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Hiking up Diamond Head is one of my must-dos anytime I’m on Oahu. Pearl Harbor and Iolani Palace are good to visit for their historical significance (they can be fairly emotional experiences, though). The Foster Botanical Garden is beautiful, and I highly recommend the Bishop Museum. Waikiki Beach is fun to visit but Lanikai Beach is nicer. A couple of notes: - All of the beaches I’ve been to have public restrooms, but none of them have had soap any of the times I’ve been, so if you’re going, bring hand sanitizer. - Sunblock must be reef safe.
My recommendations: Lanikai beach and Kailua beach are beautiful Polo beach is a nude beach For free snorkeling, check out electric beach and sharks cove Hike koko head, go in the morning because in the afternoon it’s hot and there’s zero shade on the hike For hiking if you’re an adrenaline junkie you can do 3 peaks, the 3rd peak is the most dangerous and people have died so heads up on that one, I don’t really recommend the third peak Take a surfing lesson! There are free drive shark diving tours you can do, this means you’re in the water with the sharks with no cage There’s sky driving on the north shore For food there’s some great food trucks on the north shore, Giovanni’s shrimp is the best
I highly recommend renting a car. Download the Shaka app and drive. The views are breathtaking. If you want to hike Diamond Head, reservations are required. Another hike that’s easier with beautiful views is the Makapuu Lighthouse trail. Tickets are required for the Arizona’ memorial at Pearl Harbor. I recommend eating at Haliewa Joes in Kanehoe. The views are spectacular and the food was one of our best meal. Dukes in Waikiki was the other. Both must eats. We did the Jurassic Movie tour at the Kualoa Ranch. It has the most stops at the movie sets. Fantastic if you are a movie fan. Over 50 were filmed there. Leonard’s Malasadas are excellent. Another must eat. I have heard rave reviews about the Toa Luau.
Top three attractions for me - Pearl Harbor. Need advanced tickets for the Arizona. They go within seconds. - Hanauma Bay for snorkeling. Advanced tickets needed for that too. I recommend early morning. It is quieter. - Diamond Head. Also need advanced tickets, but a lot easier to get.
Yes, Honolulu is generally safe for solo female travelers. However, as with any destination, it is important to take precautions and be aware of your surroundings. Be sure to stay in well-lit and populated areas, avoid walking alone at night, and keep your valuables secure.
Yes, Honolulu is a great destination for solo female travelers. The city is very safe and welcoming, and there are plenty of activities and attractions to explore. From the beautiful beaches to the vibrant nightlife, there is something for everyone. Plus, the city is easy to navigate and there are plenty of public transportation options.
Yes, Honolulu can be expensive for solo travelers. The cost of accommodation, food, and transportation can add up quickly. However, there are ways to save money, such as staying in hostels or Airbnb rentals, eating at local restaurants, and taking public transportation.
Visit Pearl Harbor and the USS Arizona Memorial
Pay your respects to the fallen heroes of World War II at this historic site.
Take a Hike
Explore the lush trails of the Koolau Mountains or the Manoa Falls Trail.
Enjoy the Beach
Spend a day at Waikiki Beach or take a drive to the North Shore for some of the best surfing in the world.
Visit the Honolulu Zoo
See some of the world’s most exotic animals.
Take a Tour
Take a tour of the city and learn about its history and culture.
Shop at the Aloha Flea Market
Browse through the stalls of this popular flea market for unique souvenirs and gifts.
Visit the Bishop Museum
Learn about the history and culture of Hawaii at this museum.
Take a Food Tour
Taste some of the best local cuisine on a food tour of Honolulu.
Take a Helicopter Tour
Get a bird’s eye view of the city and its stunning scenery.
Attend a Luau
Experience the traditional Hawaiian feast and entertainment.
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