The other better-known lighthouses on Oahu are tied to destinations that visitors flock to, including Makapuu Lookout Trail and Diamond Head Beach Park. But the most attractive lighthouse on the island is found on the edge of a discreet oceanfront spot called Barber’s Point Beach Park. If you position your stance in the sand just right, you’d swear you were in the Florida Keys (a hot spot for lighthouses). You may have heard about Barber’s Point Beach Park before, as it’s the home to Germaine’s Luau. However, it’s only during the luau that there is a crowd around the lighthouse. Otherwise, there is nary a soul anywhere near this nautical attraction. The reef is to shallow to swim and there are no amenities (food, etc.) within a 45-minute radius. Come on a lazy Sunday morning or a Tuesday afternoon and you’ll probably be the only person here. That fact translates to an amazing opportunity to capture incredible photos without having to wait for others to do the same.