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“Great for family”

Hoomaluhia Botanical Gardens
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US$1,597.00*
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Spiritual Hawaiian Culture Tour from Honolulu
Ranked #2 of 40 things to do in Kaneohe
Certificate of Excellence
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Owner description: A 200 acre botanical garden.
Reviewed August 7, 2018

I consistently have a great time when visiting park with my children. Good preschool friendly. Great for picnic.

Thank kauiw2018
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Reviewed August 4, 2018 via mobile

Located in Kaneohe, Ho’omaluhia is one of the five Honolulu Botanical Gardens. Planted with rainforest trees and shrubs from Asia, South America, and Africa; Ho’omaluhia is an impressive botanical garden rightfully named “a peaceful refuge”. Many of the plants are endangered and rare so it is our duty to adopt a responsible behavior when visiting the garden.

The majestic Ko’olau Mountain backdrop, acres of greenery, and the lake create a wonderful setting for outdoor activities and enjoyment at Ho’omaluhia. The facilities include picnic areas, walking paths, campsites, and even an art gallery. To make the most of your visit, come prepared with walking shoes, insect repellent, and rain gear. Rain showers are frequent at Ho’omaluhia even if I was very lucky on that day wearing a mini dress and flip-flops!

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6  Thank kelledstyle
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Reviewed July 15, 2018

Hoomaluhia provides a respite in the middle of a residential area. The well maintained, diverse greenery , many labeled, is an education, calming place to walk, ride or just sit.

Thank bgl2017
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Reviewed July 9, 2018

Really lovely gardens. Sections are divided by plants of particular regions: Polynesia, Africa, and so forth... Wonderful views of the shadowplay on the mountains at all times of day. Was there a total of three times. One disturbing note, however, is that on two occasions, there were one or two "unsavory characters" wandering around the gardens; and because of the vastness of the park, this is a place you do not want to be all alone.

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Reviewed July 9, 2018

I love being surrounded by the deep lush greenery of the gardens. Take a short or long walk thru the park. Perfect for all ages.

Thank hicksv001
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