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Waikiki has a long-standing reputation as one of the most popular vacation destinations in the United States. Part of the city of Honolulu, Waikiki has a huge surfing culture, great native cuisine and notoriously friendly locals. The three main streets in the area are Kalakaua Avenue, Kuhio Avenue, and Ala Wai Boulevard, each of them offering restaurants serving authentic Hawaiian cuisine and unique shops. If you're trying to navigate the area, you're more likely to hear "mauka" or "makai" than "north" or "south." Just remember, "mauka" means towards the mountains and "makai" means towards the water.
While you're in Waikiki, make time for some of these must-see attractions and destinations:
It seems like not a day goes by without a major event or festival taking place in either Waikiki or Honolulu. Some of these main festivals include the Ala Wai Challenge in January, an all-day event that features traditional Hawaiian games including spear throwing and an outrigger canoe race; the King Kamehameha Hula Competition in June, arguably the biggest hula competition in the world; and the Honolulu Marathon in December, which typically draws more than 30,000 competitors from all over the world.
Luckily, no matter what time of year you decide to visit, you'll have no trouble finding a vacation rental in Waikiki. With homes ranging from luxury high-rise apartments with top-of-the-line amenities and views of the beach to spacious condos within walking distance of all the local dining and shopping options, there's a vacation rental that's right for you in Waikiki.