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Best Photographer and Places in Oahu

Oct 27

Oahu is an Instagram account that's always moving. We were able to find many photo spots throughout the island, including the tranquil North Shore and bustling South Shore. It is also very affordable.

Oahu is now more accessible than ever. Oahu is accessible from your home via car and flights are much cheaper. The Valencio Visuals enhance the experience.

Diamond Head

This climb is challenging with stunning views. Diamond Head is Oahu’s most stunning spot. Aka, don't miss it!

If you have the right shoes, it's possible to make it easier. There will be bumps and uneven terrain as you travel to the extinct Hawaiian volcano con, located near Waialua Beach Park.

Lanikai Pillbox Hike

This hike is unique to Oahu. This hike is known for its stunning scenery and many historical military bunkers. Along your hike, you'll come across colorful and graffiti-covered structures. Some have guns. If you are lucky enough to have stunning views such as those at Lanikai Beach and Honokeana Bay Park, you can expect to see swaying trees and turquoise water. The ground below is hung by two mokes.

Staircase to Heaven Haiku Stairs

You may be familiar with these photos of the narrow, rustic staircase that runs through the Hawaiian Mountains. It sounds amazing! It sounds incredible! These stairs were originally built for soldiers in World War II to allow them to reach their radio antenna at the top. Technically, they are illegal in the modern world (since the 1980s). These steps are still climbed by many people, despite the fact that they pose dangers.

Tantalus Lookout

There are many locations that offer stunning views if you want to capture Oahu with your camera. Tantalus Lookout in Puu Ualakaa state park is one example. This spot is loved by many because you can see Diamond Head and the Waikiki skyline. Amazing sunset photos can be taken here, giving you a truly global view within a short time.

Parking is limited, so arrive early. Driving down windy mountain roads may prove more challenging. Take a blanket and enjoy the outdoors while you watch the changing colors.