Diamond Head State Monument, Honolulu, Hawaii

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1 Diamond Head Road

Honolulu, Hawaii 96816

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  • 2 mentions in Best tours in Honolulu?

    • Ben L.

      Ben L. said, "...I recommend hiking Diamond Head State Monument if you are in fair physical condition. It gets harder at the top, but is worth the view...." See More

    • Michael H.

      Michael H. said, "...side of a volcano with Oahu Downhill Biking Adventure Take a sunset cruise, submarine ride or fly in a seaplane over Diamond Head State Monument Don't forget to visit the Polynesian Cultural Center you can buy discounted tickets here , No evening at the..." See More

  • 2 mentions in Kauai or Oahu?

    • Rob W.

      Rob W. said, "...on the island!) Oahu on the other hand has the islands really only "big city" in Honolulu, with iconic Waikiki and Diamond Head State Monument as a backdrop. There are typical touristy things to engage in, but if you are staying longer and are..." See More

    • Alice C.

      Alice C. said, "...all the islands (you need to swim out to where the reef breaks instead of staying near shore). You can hike Diamond Head State Monument, spend a day at the Polynesian Cultural Center, catch the big wave surfing on North Shore, visit the..." See More

  • 1 mention in O'ahu on a budget

    • Sunny F.

      Sunny F. said, "...Hawaiian hotel or somewhere along that busy strip of beach.Hiking is also free (or nearly free). You can get to the Diamond Head State Monument trail by bus or uber/lyft, or even walk there depending on your fitness level and where you are staying...." See More

  • 1 mention in Fun activities in Hawaii that aren't water related?

    • Dilworth D.

      Dilworth D. said, "...As an Oahu Master Specialist I suggest the following: 1. Hike to the top of Leahi ( Diamond Head State Monument) the views are breathtaking it's about a 30 minute climb. 2. Chinatown in downtown Honolulu explore noodle shops, open markets then stay..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best beaches in Honolulu/Oahu?

    • Rob B.

      Rob B. said, "...Oh... and there is Waikīkī Beach, not really on my list of great beaches, but if you are there walk towards Diamond Head until you find Kaimana Beach which is where many locals go. If you want an adventure check out Sandy..." See More

  • 1 mention in Best tours on Oahu?

    • lin k.

      lin k. said, "...there's lots of yummy foods, tons of different stuff to try , and the guides are great. Be sure to hike Diamond Head State Monument. You don't need a tour for that, and its a fantastic view...." See More

  • 1 mention in What are 10 experiences I would regret I didn't do on my Hawaii vacation?

    • Angeline M.

      Angeline M. said, "...Based on my experience studying n living in Hawaii for 3 months: (In random orders) - visit a Farmers' Market at Diamond Head, Oahu, for fresh foods bazaar! I was addicted! - surfing Waikiki for beginners, or North Shore for advanced..." See More

  • 1 mention in Oahu: Best areas for secluded beaches / hikes?

    • Abbi C.

      Abbi C. said, "...up, the water gets cloudy and it's hard to see. The Byodo-In Temple is gorgeous and peaceful, and never busy. Hike Diamond Head State Monument for spectacular views, and hit the swap meet at Aloha Stadium for kitschy souvenirs. Have fun, Oahu is amazing!..." See More

  • 1 mention in Non touristy things to do in Honolulu?

    • Kalea M.

      Kalea M. said, "...I love Diamond Head State Monument, it's a good hike, beautiful view, and you'll see locals on the way (we love it). Nuuanu - Punchbowl has the best view on the island in my opinion. I love it up there and most tourist..." See More

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