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Honolulu Waikiki Wicked Small Group Walking Tour
"You’ll start your Waikiki tour by meeting at the Duke where we’ll talk about Hawaii’s surfing legends and heroes. From there we’ll head off to see Hawaii’s first-ever hotel — one that has managed to maintain its fabulous grandeur through to today. With views of the main promenade of Hawaii we’ll then enjoy a pick-me-up sampling the peaberry blend and top beans of Kona coffee from this year’s crop. Next we’ll dig into some samples of poke a Hawaiian quintessential treat that makes sushi look boring
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Diamond Head Bike to Hike
"After meeting your guide at Kuhio Beach Banyan Tree Waikiki Beach at 8:15am get fit for your bike and receive safety instruction. Begin the tour with a roll into Kapiolani Park to discover its history then we head down to the WWI Natatorium Memorial to see where famed Duke Kahanamoku and others trained for the Olympics. You’ll g see the Disney house and roll past other homes from the marvels of wealth. Afterwards pedal up 150 feet to the Diamond Head Light House Lookout. From this advantageous view you can see surfers enjoying the placid waters of Paradise. Continue the ride on to visit Doris Duke’s Shangri-La located in the wealthy Black Point neighborhood. After a short climb arrive at the Hawaii FIVE-O studios where they film this ongoing series. Next head into Diamond Head Crater and park the bikes and embark on a 45-minute to 1 hour hike filled with lots of Hawaiian and WWII history. Along the way
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Diamond Head Bike to Hike
"After meeting your guide at Kuhio Beach Banyan Tree Waikiki Beach at 8:15am get fit for your bike and receive safety instruction. Begin the tour with a roll into Kapiolani Park to discover its history then we head down to the WWI Natatorium Memorial to see where famed Duke Kahanamoku and others trained for the Olympics. You’ll g see the Disney house and roll past other homes from the marvels of wealth. Afterwards pedal up 150 feet to the Diamond Head Light House Lookout. From this advantageous view you can see surfers enjoying the placid waters of Paradise. Continue the ride on to visit Doris Duke’s Shangri-La located in the wealthy Black Point neighborhood. After a short climb arrive at the Hawaii FIVE-O studios where they film this ongoing series. Next head into Diamond Head Crater and park the bikes and embark on a 45-minute to 1 hour hike filled with lots of Hawaiian and WWII history. Along the way
From $99.00

Kapiolani Park Tips (4)

Kapiolani Park

Kapiolani Park was created by King Kalakaua, named after Queen Kapiʻolani, the queen consort of King David Kalâkaua, in the 1870's. This beautiful 500-acre park is listed on the State's Historic...
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machomikemd
Oct 27, 2009

Kapiolani Beack Park

Kapi'olani Park Beach is part of the 100-acre Kapi'olani Regional Park which was dedicated in 1877 by King Kalakaua in honor of his Queen Kapi'olani. It is very relaxing just walking, or seating there...
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Ahidyn
May 19, 2009

Kapiolani Park: History, rec., and entertainment

If you are only going to be in Honolulu for one day and have had your fill of sunbathing and shopping, this 130-year-old, 500 acre park established by one of the last kings of Hawaii would be a great...
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etfromnc
Oct 16, 2008

ENJOYING KAPIOLANI PARK

A FABULOUS PARK TO ENJOY WHICH IS NEXT TO KUHIO AND QUEEN'S BEACHES IN WAIKIKI . ..IS KAPIOLANI.... THERE IS ALWAYS SOMETHING GOOD HAPPENING THERE..WHETHER PEOPLE ARE PERFORMING AT THE BANDSTAND..OR A...
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Onedragon
Nov 14, 2007
 
 
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Things to Do Near Kapiolani Park

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Zoo

The Honolulu zoo was cute . It is not a free zoo , so be prepared to cough up that money. But why not , its going to the zoo to help rebuild, preserve, and feed the animals. The zoo is actually pretty...
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Waikiki Beach

Despite its size, Honolulu’s accommodations are geographically limited. Practically all the lodging is in the Waikiki area which can turn into a blessing for some but a nightmare for others. Even...
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Royal Hawaiian

The Royal Hawaiian is one of the most obscenely expensive hotels on Waikiki. And it is pink. A pink palace. Gross. Rooms start around $400 a night and only go up from there.... $400 for a bed... in a...
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Diamond Head

Hiking Diamond Head is one of the great outdoor activities around Honolulu. The hike takes just a few hours and it offers nature, geography, history, an scenic views of the ocean and Honolulu. We...
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Ft DeRussy

Fort DeRussy is the least fortified active Army fort that I have ever seen. It was built as an Army reservation in 1915 to protect Honolulu and Pearl Harbor in what was then the US territory of...
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Paradise Cove Luau

So, our first time in Hawaii, you gotta do a luau! I hear they can be pretty pricey! Fortunately for us, we happen to join a huge group in Waikiki for a conference and I think the price was pretty...
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  • Sunday 08:00 to 21:30
  • Monday 08:00 to 21:30
  • Tuesday 08:00 to 21:30
  • Wednesday 08:00 to 21:30
  • Thursday 08:00 to 21:30
  • Friday 08:00 to 21:30
  • Saturday 08:00 to 21:30

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