As a resident of Waikiki Beach for the last 25 years I have seen many changes to this little strip of paradise located on the southeast side of the island of Oahu. Walking along the beach and strip you can see several cameras popping up on balconies and roofs of hotels, and on the poles on the streets. I always thought they were security cameras to keep an eye on the tourists in Waikiki. After doing some research and asking around though I found out from various people in Waikiki that these are streaming webcams on the Internet that broadcast the beauty of Waikiki to the world. I decided to make this page so that people from around the world can see the various webcams on the streets of Waikiki and see Waikiki in real time. If you know of any other webcams located in Waikiki that are not listed on my website please feel free to email them to me and I will get them up on this page as soon as possible. Hopefully my page will grow as more webcams come up in Waikiki. Keep coming back for more.
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This view 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.
This view overlooks the south shore of Oahu and famous Waikiki Beach. Views of Diamond Head and popular surf spots are key highlights.
Experience the beauty of Waikiki through EarthCam. Located in the southeast section of Honolulu, near Diamond Head, Waikiki is a favorite resort area on the South coast of Oahu island, Hawaii. The WaikikiCam is located at Cheeseburger in Paradise and overlooks sandy beaches, blue ocean and the tropical landscape of Waikiki.
The live cameras at the Waikiki Aquarium allow you to get a look at some fascinating marine life, 24 hours a day, seven days a weeks, from anywhere. We have three cameras now and are adding more. If you visit a camera, and there is nothing but white text on a black background -- it's night here in Hawaii -- come back during the day!
The Shark Cam at the Waikiki Aquarium stares unflinchingly into the Hunters On the Reef Exhibit. See sharks, rays, jacks, snappers and groupers and get some background on these amazing hunters of the coral reef, maybe even catch feeding time! The sharks are fed 3 times a week -- Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday, but at varying times.
The endemic Hawaiian monk seals at the Waikiki Aquarium lounge daily by their pool. What will the seals be doing when you visit? They may be swimming, sleeping or interacting with their trainers. You can also watch the lovely Waikiki sunset or check out the surf behind the Aquarium.