This is a small but lovely little zoo. Really well laid out and interesting features too.
The prices are very reasonable too, and they have family programs, pick up a brochure before you go and you can decide which adventure you want to do, or just do the ordinary zoo visit.
See my Honolulu Zoo Travelogue
Photo by Joan Johnson
We took our 1 year old with us, and he loved it.
The zoo, aquarium, beach and the hotel pool were all very much to his liking. Hawaii is a good option for a family holiday.
King David Kalakaua, 1874-1891, a patron of the arts, is known as the Merrie Monarch. He helped restore many Hawaiian cultural practices, including hula, that had been forbidden by missionaries.
Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalaniana´ole, 1871-1922. After the monarchy was overthrown in 1893, Prince Kuhio was elected as a delegae to the United States Congress and served for 20 years until his death.
A nice park just before Ala Moana Center (see my tip of Ala Moana Center), there is big open space in the park, you can BBQ in the park and the beach is right next to the park.
You won't know how beautiful a sunset is until you see it extinguish itself into the ocean.
On a cruise, with your wife, 5 cocktails, and a background scene to die for. Hawaii has it all.
Tour around Waikiki and you'll get to see all the beautiful beaches, cliffs and lagoons that encircles the island.
You may even get to see the remains of a couple of old volcano.
Around Waikiki, you'll find remnants of the forces that brought the island into being. The patches of lava are the closest thing you'll get to a volcano on this island.
This is the statue of St. Augustine in the front of the church. You go through a gated entrance on Kaulakaua Ave and walk down the path to this statue.
2417 Prince Edward Street, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, United States
Good for: Business
53-567 Kamehameha Hwy, Punaluu, North Shore, Hawaii, United States
Good for: Solo
2584 Lemon Road, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815, United States
Good for: Families