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Diamond Head State Monument
#1 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
Fantastic Day here, nice walk, well worth a visit.... Loved the tunnel through the crater... Take a couple of hours as it's a long walk from car park to top of ridge... and a water bottle..!
The view is awesome and peaceful , I will visit this place again, it's great to see the volcanic rocks the view is magnificient and the wonders of nature how it shapes the whole topography
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Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve
#2 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
Excellent snorkel excursion -- we swam with turtles, seen a cavalcade of reef fish and enjoyed the hospitality of the nature preserve!
My husband and I enjoyed a morning to ourselves with a self-guilded snorkel trip at Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve; it is a bit crowded as the afternoon approaches, so arrive early and enjoy incredible snorkeling in...
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Waikiki Beach
#3 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
The water is great the surf excellent the people friendly, restaurants abound with great shopping, parks and all in relaxed walking distance.
Jonesy at the infinity pool always finds us great chairs and will entertain you with his animated nature and boundless energy.
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Koko Crater Railway Trail
#4 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
For those people who have a car and want to do Koko head hike and Hanauma Bay, I will suggest you park your car at Hanauma Bay in the early morning and then walk to the Koko head trail because Hanauma Bay's parkin...
The Koko crater trail us a bit hard to find, our sat nav just would get us there, but with a little help from some friendly locals we where able to find the car park.
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Makapuu Lighthouse Trail
#5 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
A local we met shared that excessive flash light using peeves local climbers more than anything; 3) start early to avoid crowds and to catch the magical sun rise; 4) if you park on the side of the road, park perpe...
Be there around 5.30am, park the car safely along the main street, and hike up the asphalt road to see ever changing spectacular sunrises.
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Kuliouou Ridge Hike
#6 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
drove high up st louis past last house on mountain and entered a cool park. the chickens were varied with healthy beautiful feathers.
Diverse nature
Tantalus Lookout Puu Ualakaa State Park
#7 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
The perfect viewing location for tourists and locals alike, Puu Ualakaa State Park sits on top of Tantalus, which overlooks Manoa Valley to the east, Kahala, Honolulu, Waikiki toward makai, and the airport, Pearl...
This place is great for picnics and nature lovers, but most of all, you have an absolutely incredible view of Waikiki and Diamond Head.
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Spitting Cave of Portlock
#8 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
Amazing feature of mesmerizing Hawaii nature.
There are scenic pullovers to park.
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Magic Island
#9 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
Walking, running, swimming at Ala Moana Beach Park, surfing outside the reef, body boarding on the west side of Magic Island, body fit classes, yoga, yoga on SUP boards, stand up paddling, even cyclists on indoor...
Locals take advantage of the many running trails which wander through the park, and tourists enjoy the beautiful scenery, including both sunrise and sunset views, panoramas of the Honolulu shore line, and Diamond...
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Fort DeRussy Beach Park
#10 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
The former coastal artillery fort is now a lovely 70+ acre mixed use facility supporting various military missions, with a large green space park area that's home to a wide variety of outdoor activities.
We always stay next to the park, it is a perfect cool break from the hustle of shopping and offers great running paths for an early morning stretch or a quite place for a sit.
Manoa Falls
#11 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
I was with a small group and the guide (Makaio - Hawaiian Nature Tours) explained the hike the history of the trail and shared his extensive knowledge of Hawaiian history, culture and traditions as well as explain...
Breathtaking, amazing, magnificent view, nature attraction is excellent, so powerful and stunning place.
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Lyon Arboretum
#12 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
If you love nature and want to see incredible tropical plants and trees this is the place to be.
They ask for a donation for the park.
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Kuhio Beach
#13 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
The beach is near perfect with the sand, grassy areas, Palm trees, the beautiful Kapiolani park is across the street.
Opposite the Park is the best and wide beach with great reef and fish.
Kapiolani Park
#14 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
This park has a beautiful beach, a lovely tree lined parkway, tennis courts, a magnificent fountain, duck ponds, an aquarium and a zoo, all at the base of Diamond Head crater (which was an active volcano 8 million...
Kapiolani Park is a multifaceted spot looking out to the ocean: bring a picnic, take a stroll, enjoy one of the many goings on from concerts to art fairs.
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Puu Ualakaa State Park
#15 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
I would highly recommend the drive from the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific on Puowaina Drive, up Tantalus Drive, through the valleys and to the Park, then back down Round Top Drive to Waikiki.
Pu'u' 'Ualakaa State Park is a must visit if your like panoramic views> You can Diamond Head, Waikiki, Honolulu and way out over the ocean.
Ala Moana Beach Park
#16 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
A moderate walk or quick bus ride out of Waikiki and Ala Moana Park Beach and Magic Island provide plenty of beach, easy surf, especially for children with much smaller crowds and plenty of green trees and grass t...
A Great Beach in downtown Honolulu... went on a Sunday... get there early.. for the best free parking Good food sold right across the street.. great park... clean wonderful beach Family and kid friendly
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Kaimana Beach
#17 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
... potato fries and it was delicious!!!!...We visited the Honolulu Zoo and Queen Kapiolani Regional Park and then we went on a dinner boat cruise and eat steak & shrimp and was a small Luau, it was Awesome!!!.......
You can then use the bathrooms at the park but they are a hike.
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Foster Botanical Gardens
#18 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
... here and trees are the focus but the orchid house had some beautiful plants.......just very nice park and would highly recommend to those that love plants and trees........lots of birds and butterflies too
Beautiful garden to visit for a relaxing walk with nature hidden amongst the busy streets of Honolulu.
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Moanalua Gardens Park
#19 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
The great attraction for Japanese is the well known Hitachi monkeypod tree, but lesser known is the Kamehameha V cottage, the koe pond, and the meandering stream which borders the park.
This is a beautiful little park with some of the most majestic and beautiful trees I have ever seen.
Honolulu Zoo
#20 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
The zoo was developed from marshland into a park for exotic birds cherished by Queen Julia Kapi’olani and her husband David Kalakaua, King of Hawaiʻi.
Very few people would think a zoo in Hawaii with all the abundance of nature but this zoo is a nicely kept & interesting attraction to see particularly the massive collection of birds it has ... my girlfriend love...
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Sans Souci Beach Park
#21 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
part of a nature conservation area so if you swim a little deeper pretty good snorkelling for first timers too.
Also a great place for family picnic as it is surrounded by Kapiolani Park.
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Lulumahu Waterfall
#22 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
It is a great nature hike, cris crossing the stream several times, a couple of small waterfalls and small rapids, and a larger waterfall in the back.
We did this hike on a whim when our original hiking plans fell through, and we are so happy we did! Park off of Pali Hwy and take the trail next to the archery sign.
Koko Crater Botanical Garden
#23 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
Hundreds of native plants and trees well tagged for information and a 2 mile loop to enjoy solitude, nature and the wonderful sound of birds constantly chirping.
You'll see 10 foot tall ferns, thousand of blossoms, and gardenia plants that seem to be growing gourds?! It's a natural place to see some beautiful, slightly cultivated, nature.
Manoa Falls Trail
#24 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
Tour Guides Monique & Steve @ Oahu Nature Tours offers the best tour to this incredible jurassic Park waterfall, straight from the movie.
Some cool natural things on the way (see photos) once you get to the waterfall wow it’s amazing :) There is a carpark right at the start, you can pay I think 5.00 to park in well worth it otherwise you will be far...
Waikiki Aquarium
#25 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
Right on the beach at Waikiki, within walking distance of the hotels and ample parking around the park.
Located on a city bus route , the aquarium is located in a park right off the beach /ocean .
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Duke Kahanamoku Beach Oahu, HI 3.9 km away
#70 of 218 Nature & Parks in Oahu
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Kahala Beach
#26 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
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Ala Wai Canal
#27 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
On our first full day in Waikiki, we took a lovely walk along the Ala Wai Canal, down through the park, far into a residential neighborhood along the back-side of Diamond Head, and back along the ocean.
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Malaekahana State Recreation Area
#28 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
The beach is never crowded, and though the park is busier on weekends, on weekdays, it's a quiet natural sanctuary.
Waialae Beach Park
#29 of 84 Nature & Parks in Honolulu
The park has nice restrooms, plenty of showers, picnic tables, charcoal disposal areas, and a shade stand for parties or people wanting to stay out of the sun.