One of the most famous and recognizable beaches in the world — Waikiki Beach is the epicenter of gay culture, nightlife, and hedonism in Hawaii and where the majority of gay travelers to Hawaii opt to stay. Adding to the appeal of a trip to Oahu is the incredible food, friendliness of the Hawaiian people, stunning beach, relaxed nightlife, beautiful people, and yes — that all-round stunning weather. Gay Honolulu has some of the most luxurious properties in the world, although you can expect to pay much more for them than other tropical gay-popular destinations like Gay Phuket and Bali. Gay Honolulu offers something for everyone: fun nightlife, white sand beaches, beautiful hikes as well as plenty of luxurious hotels and spas — often all within walking distance of Waikiki Beach. You will be tempted by a plethora of cocktail bars, destination dining, world-class spas, resort pools and luxury shopping malls, but be sure to taste the local cuisine spam musubi and poke— yum! Add to this plenty of gay events peppered throughout the year and a tolerant society who embody the ideals of island life and Gay Honolulu has everything you could possibly want, and probably a few things you never ever knew you wanted too!
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In Hawaii, "aloha" is more than just a greeting. Aloha is a way of life, guided by the principles of mutual caring, harmony, and kindness. Perhaps because of this loving island spirit, Hawaii has a history of being one of the most gay-friendly places to visit in the U. With a metropolitan population of nearly 1 million residents, Honolulu is a far cry from a tranquil little island town.
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Want to receive exclusive GayTravel. Now more than ever before, gay travelers are experiencing what locals have known for a long time: the Hawaiian Islands are beautiful, friendly, and all-around amazing. Between the Waikiki beaches, the USS Memorial Arizona, and rainforest hikes, you can find something for the adventurous traveler or the laid-back beach bum on Oahu.
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