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Honolulu to San Diego Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $321.20
Travel Distance:2,612 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route:Alaska Airlines, Hawaiian Airlines, Air Pacific
Cheapest Day of the Week:Sunday
Weekly Flights:87
Avg. Flight Duration:05.29 Hours

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Airports in Honolulu

Daniel K. Inouye International Airport (known as Honolulu International Airport) serves the city of Honolulu in the State of Hawaii, U.S.A. It is the primary aviation gateway of the City and County of Honolulu. The airport is owned by the State of Hawaii and operated by Department of Transportation. It serves as a hub for Hawaiian Airlines, Aloha Air Cargo, Asia Pacific Airlines, Mokulele Airlines, and Transair. The airport offers both passenger & cargo services to various domestic as well as international destinations. These include the destinations of Los Angeles, Hilo, Kahului, Las Vegas, Portland, Seattle, Tokyo, Seoul, Auckland, Shanghai, and more. With ample of ground transportation services available at the airport passengers can easily commute to and from the city & nearby region. These include bus, taxicabs, car rentals, Roberts Hawaii Express Shuttle, and more.

Explore San Diego

San Diego’s coastal seat makes it an ideal destination for adventurers and sun seekers. Located in Southern California, it is the oldest town in California. It has an enchanting natural beauty and a pleasant climate, with mild temperatures and plenty of sunshine. Some of the attractions here include the

Port of San Diego, Balboa Park, the San Diego Zoo, Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, and more. Stroll through the streets of Old Town San Diego State Historic Park or wander through the Gaslamp Quarter for shopping and learning about the history of the area.

Things to Do in San Diego

Port of San Diego

San Diego Bay has 34 miles of scenic waterfront dotted with restaurants, shops, hotels, attractions, parks and marinas that reside in seven distinct areas. Each lends unique ingredients to the overall flavor and character of the waterfront on the Big Bay®. Whether you spend an entire day exploring all seven areas or enjoy each one individually, there is something for every taste and budget. The Big Bay promises entertainment and adventure for the entire family from Point Loma, along Harbor Drive, across the Bay to Coronado, south to the shores of National City, Chula Vista and Imperial Beach. Visit all the attractions and shops, and enjoy the best in San Diego dining, all set against the Bay’s spectacular views. The area’s beauty is accented by a growing collection of public art, scenic parks and miles of paths for walking, jogging and cycling. When you visit any of the seven areas that are part of San Diego’s Waterfront, you will be sure to say, this is a good day.

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park

Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is the largest state park in California. Five hundred miles of dirt roads, 12 wilderness areas and many miles of hiking trails provide visitors with an unparalleled opportunity to experience the wonders of the California Desert. The park is named for Spanish explorer Juan Bautista de Anza and the Spanish word borrego, or bighorn sheep. The park features washes, wildflowers, palm groves, cacti and sweeping vistas. Visitors may also have the chance to see roadrunners, golden eagles, kit foxes, mule deer and bighorn sheep as well as iguanas, chuckwallas and the red diamond rattlesnake. Listening devices for the hearing impaired are available in the visitor center. The Park is located on the eastern side of San Diego County, with portions extending east into Imperial County and north into Riverside County. It is about a two-hour drive from San Diego, Riverside, and Palm Springs.

Old Town

Old Town San Diego marks the site of the first Spanish settlement on the U.S. West Coast and features 12 acres of Mexican heritage and historical sites, colorful shops, early-California- style restaurants, museums, a theater and the restored Cosmopolitan Hotel. Witness the living legacy of California’s birthplace in Old Town San Diego State Historic Park. Its many preserved historic buildings and museums commemorate the early days of the town of San Diego from the period 1820 to 1870, allowing you to visit California’s history firsthand. Known for its authentic Mexican cuisine, Old Town’s dining is lively and vibrant. Shopping in Old Town State Historic Park reflects the history of the 1800s and captures the essence of San Diego’s colorful past.

Best Time to Fly to San Diego

The best times to visit San Diego are March through May and September through November. San Diego sees the most rainfall during the winter months, so avoid travelling during the season.