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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
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Kapiolani Park has a wide walkway along Waikiki beach, and then along the tree lined street. Makes a nice morning walk. There are also two rock paths/piers onto the water. Beautiful spot to view the sunrise, Waikiki and Diamond Head. Spotted lots of fish as...More
The Park is spacious and offers room for all kinds of outdoor activities, as well as plenty of shade. There are numerous pathways and there are plenty of parking spaces, if you are driving to get here.
Kapiolani Park is a 300-acre park that is named after Queen Kapiʻolani, the queen consort of King David Kalākaua. It is home to the Waikiki Shell, the Waikiki Bandstand and the Honolulu Zoo. It is located at the East end of Waikiki with Diamond Head...More
A pedestrian friendly park with lots of open space. The Honolulu zoo at the west end, the beach and Honolulu Aquarium on the ocean side and Diamond Head looking down over everything. Lots of playing fields to kick or throw a ball around.
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!