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Many of Hawaii’s alii (royalty) lived in Waikiki and King Kalakaua selected a 300-acre track of land at the base of Diamond Head for a public park in 1867. Today, it is a gathering place that thrives with walkers, runners, tennis enthusiasts and...more
We visited this park because there was an Art Fair on the grounds one weekend. The park itself is large, well maintained, and family oriented. We found many people enjoying the open spaces and beauty of this park.
street people hanging out all day urinating in front of all the park guests i think its just disgusting no police or security around this will turn off all park visitors and tourists its not hard to see why your tourist numbers are down please...More
We walked around this park a few times as we would walk east along the beaches then circle back west around this park. There were always a number of joggers out running around the parks edge. The park is a large lawn with some scattered...More
My husband and I walked through this park every other day and never tired of it's beauty. It's extremely CLEAN, quiet and peaceful - full of beautiful flowering shrubs, trees and gorgeous birds. Government was very smart to keep this large green space in the...More
You can walk from Kapiolani Park to Waikiki beach in minutes and if you park on the opposite side fo Waikiki Beach Parking is free. However, you will have to walk through the Park in order to get there but it is worth it.
There are a lot of places you can ask about schedules of events. But the front desk of your hotel should have some of that information and they usually had booklets about the many different tours, etc.
You will find a few fish around here but nothing terribly exciting. If it's snorkeling you're after - sign up with a private tour (we used OPT) where local guides take you to the best snorkeling places around the island... More
You will find a few fish around here but nothing terribly exciting. If it's snorkeling you're after - sign up with a private tour (we used OPT) where local guides take you to the best snorkeling places around the island - worth the spend! But if you're just curious, then suggest catching Waikiki Trolley to Hanauma Bay. Have an awesome trip!