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NOTE: This is an archive article. For an updated and expanded Honolulu article click DailyXtraTravel

Honolulu is on Oahu, the third largest and most populous island in the Hawaiian chain. More than 70 percent of the population makes this their home. Always tolerant of diverse lifestyles, the island remains a popular destination for gay travelers and has many welcoming guesthouses, shops, restaurants, and bars.

The surfing is good at Makapuu and Sandy Beach, along with Waimea, Sunset and Pipeline beaches in the winter. If you prefer, you can snorkel among dolphins and colorful tropical fish in Hanauma Bay.

The gayest Oahu beach is Queen's Surf Beach, at the Diamond Head end of Kalakaua Avenue in Waikiki. A secluded area at the base of the lighthouse, off Diamond Head Road, is another favorite spot.

Aloha Guest House (84-4780 Mamalahoa Hwy, Captain Cook; 808-328-8955) lovely orchards, fragrant flowers, spectacular views.
Cabana at Waikiki (2551 Cartwright; 877- 902-2121) gay hotel, comfortable suites, one block from beach.
Waikiki Beachside Hostel (2556 Lemon; 808-923- 9566) affordable beach lodgings, internet access.
Waikiki Grand Hotel (134 Kapahulu Ave; 808- 923-1814) on the beach, Hula's bar on second floor, reasonable rates.

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Most Honolulu gay nightlife is located around world-famous Waikiki. At this cultural crossroads are all types of people, from US service members to European tourists to visitors from other Pacific islands and Japan.
Fusion (2260 Kuhio) gender-bending revues, strippers Friday and Saturday with dancing until 4am.
Hula's Bar and Lei Stand (134 Kapahulu Ave) dance club and video cruise bar, has sunset views and go-go boys.
In Between (2155 Lauula St) small karaoke bar, mixed crowd, casual feeling.
Lo Jax (2256 Kuhio Ave) is a new gay sports bar with nine big video monitors, a hip hop vibe, sandwiches and finger food. They're located in the old space of Angles, a long-time local bar which closed this past August.
Bar Seven (1349 Kapiolani Blvd or 1344 Kona St) the former Venus is now seven different small bars including Sauce -open nightly, mixed crowd, Saturday stripper and drag shows, after-hours dancing. In same building V.Lounge has good pizza.
Wang Chung's (2410 Koa Ave) a friendly, fresh and exotic new karaoke neighborhood bar with Japanese food and drinks.

Fresh fruit, pineapple, papaya, mango, guava, and coconut are a staple here, and these flavors are to be found in every type of dish. Local fish, such as mahimahi and a pink snapper, are too good to pass up. A luau, or outdoor celebration feast, is the best place to sample such traditional Hawaiian foods as baked breadfruit.
Keo's (2028 Kuhio) serves excellent Thai food.
La Cucaracha (12446 Koa Ave) has delicious Mexican cuisine.
Tapas (407 Seaside Ave, 2nd Floor) is a cool patio gay-popular restaurant, with good Sunday brunch.

Max's Gym (444 Hobron Lane, 4th floor) is the 24-hour men's 18+ recreational space with steam room, sauna, videos, playrooms, sling, and a garden patio.

80% Straight (134 Kalakaua, Suite B) is a favorite gay shop for swimsuits, club wear, T-shirts, books, magazines, videos, and erotica.
Diamond Head Video (1745 Kalakaua Ave) boasts Hawaii's largest collection of gay porn videos.
Divine Pleasures (55 South Kamehameha Hwy, Wahiawa) has male erotic videos, magazines, lubes, toys, and a theater.
The Art of Douglas Simonson (808-737-6275) is created here in Hawaii by a local artist who celebrates the beauty of young male Pacific Islanders in paintings, sketches and photographs. See his gallery at his website, linked above.
Over Easy Down Under (2301 Kuhio Ave, Suite 220) stocks active wear, underwear, and beach accessories.
Waikiki Adult Video Entertainment (2270 Kuhio Ave) sells DVDs, lube, toys, and they have private viewing booths.

The 21st annual Honolulu Rainbow Film Festival screens at the Doris Duke Theatre at the Honolulu Academy of Arts in the third week of May, and will accept submissions as late as March 15 2010. See their website for details and dates.
The Honolulu Pride Festival will take place this year the weekend of June 17-19, 2010. Check details on their website linked above.

Odyssey Magazine is the local gay magazine.

Adventures in Hawaii (877-678-7333) flights and tours throughout the islands.
Go! Airlines (888-435-9462) one-way flights between islands from $38.
Pacific Ocean Holidays (808-923-2400) arranges package tours, accommodations, and other details throughout the Islands.

Also see Hawaii's Secrets by Matthew Link from our March 2010 issue.

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