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Parks & nature in Diamond Head

Trail
“Great short hike with amazing views! Also where most rescues occur. Wear hiking or tennis shoes, hat, sunscreen, bring a lot of water, and go in the afternoon to avoid the hot sun and lack of breeze in the mountains. Crowded hike, but afternoons are less crowded. $5 fee for cars, $1 for pedestrians. ”
155local recommendations
Scenic Viewpoint
“Go early to beat the crowds. The views are well worth the hike! Steep with stairs.”
60local recommendations
Volcano
“Multiple options here. A good spot to check the surf and walk down to the beach. The second option being to enter the park and hike up to the top! Incredible views, good exercise and perfect for pictures! -Take a surf lesson here!!”
77local recommendations
Farmers Market
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“The biggest and most bustling farmer's market where you can try all kinds of local favorite food and shop tropical fruits and vegetables!”
75local recommendations
Park
“Enormous park at the base of Diamond Head and adjacent to Waikiki and the Honolulu Zoo. Many events happen here on the weekends.”
36local recommendations
Scenic Viewpoint
“Within 5-minutes drive; or 1-mile walk, is this awesome 30-60minute hike up this dormant, iconic Volcano crater, to one of the most spectacular views in Honolulu!”
17local recommendations
Surf Spot
“This is a great novice trail, that is worth seeing. The views are amazing, don't forget your camera”
9local recommendations
Beach
“A local great beach with fewer tourists. This is THE beach for locals in right in town. You will always see families having bbqs and playing in the park.”
8local recommendations
Park
“Hidden park that only locals know about. There is a small beach attached to the side of this park. This is our favorite little secret beach park.”
2local recommendations
Park
“Nice beach park for Weddings and ocean views, used many times in original Hawaii Five-0 Tv series. ”
1local recommendations
Park
“Just as the end of our road, this park exhibits species native to Hawaii, as well as many sweet-smelling Hibiscus & rose bushes”
1local recommendations
Park
“Kapiolani is a great park to relax and take in the scenery. The park sits at the base of Diamond (Hawaii's famous volcanic crater) and boarders the ocean. ”
1local recommendations
Park
“This is a great neighborhood park with swings, slide and jungle gym with a great view of the back of the zoo and the giraffes! ”
1local recommendations
Beach
“A hidden gem and walking distance from the studio. Beautiful waters and sandy beach for swimming, surfing, picnics or just a gorgeous view.”
1local recommendations