Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina
- Haleiwa Bowls
- Great for breakfast or anytime of day! Haleiwa Bowls is located on the North Shore side of the island and is a must stop. You will surely leave with an Instagram worthy photo of your Acai Bowl and a satisfied tummy!
- The Pig and the Lady – Chinatown
- Fabulous lunch spot! A family owned resturant with a Vietnamese approach, you won’t regret dining here. Famous for their Laotian Fried Chicken and decadent desserts you will be impressed by the delicious taste as well as the gorgeous food presentation.
- Livestock Tavern
- Reservations recommended. This seasonal american eatery focuses on simple and comforting dishes! Make sure to order a cocktail as well, their drink menu is one you won’t want to miss. Ambiance is cool casual, so enjoy a night out and make sure you show up with an empty belly!
- Dole Pineapple Plantation
- If you love pineapple half as much as I do, make sure you have time to drop in at the Dole Plantation. Famous for the delicious Dole Whip you will leave loving pineapple even more than when you arrived. Pineapple cutting presentations, custom pineapple ornaments, train ride through the fields – pineapple everywhere and I loved it!
- Lanikai Beach
- Described as the “most beautiful” beach in Oahu, Lanikai Beach also ranks as one of the best beaches in the world. Surrounded by miles of calm tranquil aqua blue waters you photos will truly need “no filter”. Note the beach has no restroom facilities, so plan ahead!
- Hike Diamond Head State Monument
- Park is open from 6am – 6pm every day. Individual cost is $5 and Cash Only! Wear a hat, and take a water bottle, most of the trail is not so steep but it is a good hike so go prepared. The view from the top is spectacular!