Book Cheap Flights from Seattle to Honolulu
Flights from Seattle to Honolulu
Looking for flights from Seattle to Honolulu? Look no more, for you’re at the right place. Book cheap flights from Seattle to Honolulu on CheapOair and enjoy great discounts. Whether its leisure or a business trip, we offer the most competitive rates on flight tickets to destinations around the world. Grab SEA to HNL flight deals on CheapOair and save big! Hurry, our cheap rates are not going to last forever, so make your bookings right away!
Airports in Seattle
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is a primary international airport serving the city of Seattle, Washington, U.S.A. It is situated approximately 21 kilometers away from Downtown Seattle. This public airport is owned & managed by Port of Seattle. The airport is a hub for Alaska Airlines, Delta Air Lines, and Horizon Air. It offers passenger & cargo services to both domestic & international destinations. These are Vancouver, Tokyo, Seoul, Victoria, Taipei, Amsterdam, Dubai, Anchorage, San Francisco, Portland, and more. Buses, shuttles, public transit, rental cars, taxis, limos, Uber, Lyft, Wingz, and more connect the airport to the city.
The capital of Hawaii, Honolulu acts as an entry point for majority of visitors. The city can be roughly divided into 3 areas; Pearl Harbor, Downtown, and Waikiki. The downtown area is packed with several museums, statues, and historical buildings. Waikiki is the peninsula with a beautiful stretch of soft-sand beach. Most of the restaurants, hotels, and shops from the rest of the Hawaii can be found here. The major part of the city is covered by the Pearl Harbour. Located here are naval and military bases and the Honolulu Airport. Some of the worth watching attractions in the city include Iolani Palace, Bishop Museum, Mission Houses Museum, Botanical Gardens, Queen Emma Summer Palace, and more.
Things to Do in Honolulu
The Lyon Arboretum is a 194-acre botanical garden in a rainforest, featuring a collection of over 5,000 tropical plants from Hawaii and Polynesia. It is said to have one of largest collection of palms found in a botanical garden. This facility is also an active research facility, working on preserving the state's tropical forests. Here are a number of theme gardens including herb and spice garden, bromeliad garden, the Beatrice H. Krauss Hawaiian Ethnobotanical Garden, and more.
Ala Moana Park
Lying between downtown Honolulu and Waikiki, Ala Moana Park and Beach provides a good view of Waikiki. There is a fine beach for swimming with a man-made reef protecting it from the open sea, meaning the water is generally calm. The sand here is coarse. On its western end, Kewalo Basin, also known as Fisherman's Wharf, is a small picturesque port where it's possible to hire a boat to go fishing out in the open sea.
Foster Botanical Garden
Foster Botanical Garden was established in 1853 and bequeathed to the City of Honolulu as a public garden in 1930. Today it is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Of particular interest is the Prehistoric Glen with its ferns and cycads. Other areas include the Lyon Orchid Garden, the oldest section known as the Main Terrace, the Butterfly Garden, the Economic Garden of herbs and spices, the blooming orchid display in the Orchid Conservatory, and a number of "exceptional trees" which are spread throughout the property.
Best Time to Fly to Honolulu
September-November, Fall Season, are the best months to visit the city of Honolulu. The weather during these months remains pleasant and the city is less crowded. Winter is the peak season as travelers from various parts of Northern Hemisphere visit here to escape cold winters