a Little About Our WORKPLACE
We Are More offers all services on the island of O‘ahu, which is located within Honolulu County. O‘ahu is the third-largest of the Hawaiian Islands, after the Big Island (1st), and Maui (2nd). The population is about 1,016,508 people. The city–county of Honolulu County includes the whole island of Oʻahu, and many of the small, minor islands in the state.
Cities in Honolulu County
- Ewa Beach
- Fort Shafter
- Jbphh (Joint Base Pearl Harbor–Hickam)
- McBh Kaneohe Bay
- Pearl City
- Schofield Barracks
Top Destinations In Honolulu County
Honolulu County FAQs
What should I avoid in Oahu?
Mistakes to Avoid on Oahu:
- Never Leaving the Resort.
- Not Getting a Rental Car and Exploring the Island.
- Forgetting to Bring Cash.
- Having a Packed Schedule.
- Not Respecting Local Wildlife and Animals.
- Stepping On Coral.
- Not Leaving the Area How You Found It.
What is Oahu known for?
Oahu is most known for Pearl Harbor (where, in WW2, Japanese forces staged their first attack against the United States), Waikiki (a neighborhood with white sand beaches, fashion stores, various restaurants and more), and the North Shore (a part of the coast especially known for surfing).
Is Oahu better than Maui?
Maui vs Oahu: Oahu is for those who want more of a mixed type of vacation, those who enjoy going out at night, but are excited about historical and cultural activities, and/or want to travel on more of a budget. Maui is for those who want more of a romantic getaway, with ultimate relaxation, and lots of outdoor activities.