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The capital of Hawaii, Honolulu is an urban area located on the southeastern shore of the island of Oahu. Honolulu means “sheltered bay” or “place of shelter.” The most famous area of Honolulu is Waikiki Beach, an area noted for its abundance of high-rises and resort hotels, views of Diamond Head and surfing. With the picture perfect cliffs of Ko’olau Mountains in the backdrop, and the Punchbowl volcano, Gay Honolulu makes it as one of the best places to get away on a vacation.
Between the Waikiki beaches, the Bishop Museum, the USS Memorial Arizona and rainforest hikes, you can find something for both the adventurous and laid-back gay traveler. The best places for food are Downtown where you can find authentic Hawaiian foods and luaus. But to truly experience Hawaii you have to throw away the pamphlets and head out on a natural hike through the tropical forests and find the local lagoons and waterfalls. Then again, spending a few days at a Hawaiian resort and doing absolutely nothing but enjoying the sights and sounds from your hotel room sounds pretty nice.
There are tons of gay beaches, surf clubs, and gay sporting events year-round to making it easy to plan a trip to the islands with our gay and lesbian travel guide. Things are laid-back in Hawaii in general, but the gay scene can be a little bit closeted. So we have the information here, take a look and be sure that you don’t miss out on a thing.
The Gay Scene in Honolulu
With some of the best beaches, tropical climates, and fun in the sun, Honolulu continues to heat up night with its gay scene. Many locals are a bit conservative so, but Honolulu’s gay scene doesn’t let that stop anything.
Restaurants in Honolulu
There are two options when you are checking out Honolulu’s restaurant scene. Away from the beach and resorts you can find some great traditional Hawaiian food served in wonderful gay-friendly mom-and-pop restaurants. Your other option is to check out some of the high-class world class dining that has sprung up because of the tourist industry. Both options will be delicious.
Nightlife in Honolulu
Many of the gay bars are just a few yards away from the white sandy beaches. Spend your days soaking up the sun and once the sun sets walk the few yards to the nearest gay club or gay bar and soak up the gay nightlife.