::HONOLULU ~ OAHU iSLAND
See one of the World's best live traffic
webcam networks, with 100's of cams around Honolulu
See live ocean views from the 30th floor of a Waikiki building.
Live streaming of the Duke Kahanamoku Statue and beach. Duke Paoa Kahinu Mokoe Hulikohola Kahanamoku (1890 ~ 1968) aka "The Big Kahuna", was the inventor of modern day surfing, and an Olympic swimming champion. He grew up on the outskirts of Waikiki, near the present site of the Hilton Hawaiian Village, where he surfed at Waikiki Beach on an old-school traditional surf board, called his "papa nui", a 16 feet (4.8 m) long board, constructed in the fashion of the ancient Hawaiian "olo" boards, from the wood of a koa tree. In 1911 the Duke as timed at 55.4 seconds in the 100 yard (91 m) freestyle, beating the existing world record by 4.6 seconds, in the salt water of Honolulu Harbour. He also broke the record in the 220 yd (201 m).
Take full control of the webcam and see views of the world famous Waikiki Beach, overlooking the south shore of Oahu. The Waikiki cam pans across award winning Waikiki beach, with a view of Diamond Head and popular surf spots. The Sheraton Waikiki Hotel has over 1700 Guest rooms.. 3 restaurants.. fitness centre.. business centre.. and Waikiki's only nightclub overlooking the world's most famous beach.<>
Take full control of the Royal Hawaiian webcam. The Royal Hawaiian Sheraton aka "Pink Palace of the Pacific" was built in 1927, and is the is the landmark hotel of Waikiki, featuring 528 guest rooms and suites.
Take full control of the Moana Surfrider cam which overlooks the heart of Waikiki Beach with views of Diamond Head and the stage area overlooking the Banyan Courtyard, where "Hawaii Calls" radio show was recorded live over 40 years ago. The Sheraton Moana Surfrider aka "The First Lady of Waikiki" opened in 1901 as Waikiki's first hotel, with over 700 guest rooms and suites.. and well known for the daily afternoon Tea and Sunday Brunch on the Veranda.<>
South view towards Diamond Head, the most famous volcanic crater in the world, located on the South-east Coast of O'ahu, at the end of Waikiki overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Originally named Laeahi by the ancient Hawaiians, meaning "brow of the tuna", named after the shape of the silhouette of the crater. In the 1800's when British sailors first saw the calcite crystals in the lava rock glimmering in the sunlight of the crater in the distance, they thought it was diamonds in the soil. The Diamond Head crater has been extinct for 150,000 years. The crater is 3,520 feet in diameter with a 760-foot summit. The United States used the crater for a harbour defence fort called, Fort Ruger, with canons concealed within the crater, and in 1910 a observation deck was constructed at the summit in 1910, with a 4 level underground complex built within the walls of the crater as a command post, including a 580 foot tunnel through the crater wall for access to the Fort.
A view towards Honolulu and Diamond Head.See the 3 live marine life cameras.. See the endangered and protected Hawaiian Monk Seal, with only approximately1,400 seals in the World, all living on the coral shoals and atolls of the remote Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.
See sharks, rays, jacks, snappers and groupers in the coral reef, and see shark feeding time, 3 times a week on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, at varying times.
See the oldest and one of the largest collections of living corals in the United
Watch coral polyps divide and grow.
Webcam stationed at Steve and Sophia's House in Makakilo, West Oahu.<>
See the live view from Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu's beautiful North Shore, where the cam is on the 6th floor.
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