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Guidebook for Waiʻanae

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Guidebook for Waiʻanae

Food Scene
Great place to get a beer or a margarita and some night life. And the Mexican food is pretty good too!! The owner will wait on you himself, and he is quite a character… ;-)
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Tacos & More
85-993 Farrington Highway
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Great place to get a beer or a margarita and some night life. And the Mexican food is pretty good too!! The owner will wait on you himself, and he is quite a character… ;-)
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Starbucks
86-120 Farrington Highway
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Mom and Pop home-style restaurant with a TON of menu choices. Try the coconut pancakes!
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Hannara Restaurant
86-078 Farrington Highway
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Mom and Pop home-style restaurant with a TON of menu choices. Try the coconut pancakes!
Our favorite place to eat! Turn across from McDonalds onto Army Road and park on the left when the road ends at a security station. It is open to civilians who must show ID at the security station before entering. Many times there is live music on the weekends. You sit right on the water, the food is reasonably priced and excellent! Note: It may be currently closed for remodeling…. :-(
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Pililaau Army Recreation Center
85-010 Army Street
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Our favorite place to eat! Turn across from McDonalds onto Army Road and park on the left when the road ends at a security station. It is open to civilians who must show ID at the security station before entering. Many times there is live music on the weekends. You sit right on the water, the food is reasonably priced and excellent! Note: It may be currently closed for remodeling…. :-(
Haleiwa Joe’s is a FANTASTIC place to eat!.
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Haleiwa Joe's
66-011 Kamehameha Highway
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Haleiwa Joe’s is a FANTASTIC place to eat!.
Excellent fine dining -
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Roy's
92-1220 Ali'inui Dr
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Excellent fine dining -
Parks & Nature
Kaneana Cave is a few minutes south of Yokohama Bay on your left as you head back down the coast. You probably didn't notice it on your way north because of the peculiar land formation that conceals the mouth in that direction. Legend has it that this cave was the home of Nanue the shark man. Unfortunately, people have come here with spray cans and trashed the cave. If you can overlook that, it's a phenomenon—a big one. You can spot it by looking for three cement blocks, like road dividers, right in front of the entrance. It's at the foot of a 200-foot outcropping of stone.
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Kaneana Cave (Makua Cave)
Farrington Highway
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Kaneana Cave is a few minutes south of Yokohama Bay on your left as you head back down the coast. You probably didn't notice it on your way north because of the peculiar land formation that conceals the mouth in that direction. Legend has it that this cave was the home of Nanue the shark man. Unfortunately, people have come here with spray cans and trashed the cave. If you can overlook that, it's a phenomenon—a big one. You can spot it by looking for three cement blocks, like road dividers, right in front of the entrance. It's at the foot of a 200-foot outcropping of stone.
Ka`ena Point Natural Area Reserve is the westernmost point of O`ahu Island and is the site of one of the last intact sand dune eco-system in the Hawaiian Islands. The moderate five-mile round-trip walk (two-four hours) is along rough, rocky shoreline with mostly level walking. Ka`ena Point is usually hot and sunny, so take water, snacks and dress appropriately. Native animals found at Ka`ena include the Hawaiian monk seal and Laysan albatross, as well as one of the largest and fastest growing humpback populations--good place to spot the beautiful whales during the season (December through April)..
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Kaʻena Point Trail
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Ka`ena Point Natural Area Reserve is the westernmost point of O`ahu Island and is the site of one of the last intact sand dune eco-system in the Hawaiian Islands. The moderate five-mile round-trip walk (two-four hours) is along rough, rocky shoreline with mostly level walking. Ka`ena Point is usually hot and sunny, so take water, snacks and dress appropriately. Native animals found at Ka`ena include the Hawaiian monk seal and Laysan albatross, as well as one of the largest and fastest growing humpback populations--good place to spot the beautiful whales during the season (December through April)..
Pokai Bay is a lovely beach on a protected bay, where water is calm and ideal for swimming. In Waianae town, take the street by the Pokai Bay Drive in toward the ocean. (Look for Hawaii Visitor Bureau marker). It is also a marina for boats. NEW!! Free SUP (Stand Up Paddleboard) Lessons! Find more information and book at https://www.facebook.com/bayofdreams/
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Pōkaʻī Bay Beach Park
960 Bayview Street
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Pokai Bay is a lovely beach on a protected bay, where water is calm and ideal for swimming. In Waianae town, take the street by the Pokai Bay Drive in toward the ocean. (Look for Hawaii Visitor Bureau marker). It is also a marina for boats. NEW!! Free SUP (Stand Up Paddleboard) Lessons! Find more information and book at https://www.facebook.com/bayofdreams/
Yokohama Beach (Keawa’ula) is a spectacular, long beach with a view of the Waianae Mountains. Located at the end of Farrington Highway (north of the condos) just before the road becomes impassible. Park and walk or picnic on one of the most scenic beaches on Oahu. It is about a 15 minute pleasant drive from the condos. Best to go on a weekday, as it is popular on weekends.
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Keawaula beach
Farrington Highway
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Yokohama Beach (Keawa’ula) is a spectacular, long beach with a view of the Waianae Mountains. Located at the end of Farrington Highway (north of the condos) just before the road becomes impassible. Park and walk or picnic on one of the most scenic beaches on Oahu. It is about a 15 minute pleasant drive from the condos. Best to go on a weekday, as it is popular on weekends.
0.7 mile hike to the top of Mount Leahi (Diamond Head) for views of Waikiki. It’s a 1 1/2 hour round-trip. Allow time at the top to enjoy the views. There are two long staircases and a 300-foot tunnel leading to 360° panoramic views of O`ahu’s interior mountains, suburban areas, Waikiki Beach, downtown Honolulu and coastal areas. There are old World War II bunkers and gun emplacements at the summit. Access the trail by entering Diamond Head Crater from Monsarrat Avenue. First part of the trail is steep, with several switchbacks and then a gradual rise to the steps. Tip: Wear walking shoes and bring bottled water, flashlight and your camera!
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Diamond Head Crater Hike
Kapahulu
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0.7 mile hike to the top of Mount Leahi (Diamond Head) for views of Waikiki. It’s a 1 1/2 hour round-trip. Allow time at the top to enjoy the views. There are two long staircases and a 300-foot tunnel leading to 360° panoramic views of O`ahu’s interior mountains, suburban areas, Waikiki Beach, downtown Honolulu and coastal areas. There are old World War II bunkers and gun emplacements at the summit. Access the trail by entering Diamond Head Crater from Monsarrat Avenue. First part of the trail is steep, with several switchbacks and then a gradual rise to the steps. Tip: Wear walking shoes and bring bottled water, flashlight and your camera!
A must for every visit This is a protected wildlife sanctuary: tropical fish and coral abound. The bay is absolutely lovely, and the waves are always gentle, Portions of movies have been filmed here. Snorkeling is fabulous! Bring your own gear or rent it and have the experience of a lifetime. Snorkeling is simple--all you do is float on the surface and look at all the wonderful life under water: fish, sea urchins, turtles, and coral. Be sure your mask is tight fitting. The equipment is not expensive to rent. When you wade into the water there will be numerous fish swimming around you, but to look at them under the water--so many colors, patterns, shapes--is an incredible experience.
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Bahía de Hanauma
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A must for every visit This is a protected wildlife sanctuary: tropical fish and coral abound. The bay is absolutely lovely, and the waves are always gentle, Portions of movies have been filmed here. Snorkeling is fabulous! Bring your own gear or rent it and have the experience of a lifetime. Snorkeling is simple--all you do is float on the surface and look at all the wonderful life under water: fish, sea urchins, turtles, and coral. Be sure your mask is tight fitting. The equipment is not expensive to rent. When you wade into the water there will be numerous fish swimming around you, but to look at them under the water--so many colors, patterns, shapes--is an incredible experience.
World-famous surfing beach. Waves are particularly large in the winter. In February, sets can be 20 ft. or more!
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Sunset Beach
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World-famous surfing beach. Waves are particularly large in the winter. In February, sets can be 20 ft. or more!
Picturesque bay, for swimming & picnicking. Heart of board surfers' paradise - the largest surfable waves in the world (30 feet not uncommon during winter months).
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Waimea Bay Beach Park
61-31 Kamehameha Highway
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Picturesque bay, for swimming & picnicking. Heart of board surfers' paradise - the largest surfable waves in the world (30 feet not uncommon during winter months).
Botanical garden with a waterfall—a lovely place to “take time and enjoy the flowers” at this historic nature park on 1,800 acres. Over 6,000 species of plant life, 45- foot waterfall, bird sanctuary, hiking trails, swimming, archaeological ruins. 808-638-8511. BE SURE to call before going—last time we were there, nothing was in bloom.
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Waimea Falls
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Botanical garden with a waterfall—a lovely place to “take time and enjoy the flowers” at this historic nature park on 1,800 acres. Over 6,000 species of plant life, 45- foot waterfall, bird sanctuary, hiking trails, swimming, archaeological ruins. 808-638-8511. BE SURE to call before going—last time we were there, nothing was in bloom.
Makaha Surfing Beach is a world-famous surfing beach, home of many international surfing events and a favorite of vacationers in the area--highly recommended. Located a short distance to your left as you exit your condo onto Farrington Highway.
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Mākaha Beach Park
84-369 Farrington Highway
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Makaha Surfing Beach is a world-famous surfing beach, home of many international surfing events and a favorite of vacationers in the area--highly recommended. Located a short distance to your left as you exit your condo onto Farrington Highway.
Mauna Lahilahi Beach Park is about a 5 minute walk west from the grounds of the Surfside. It is a pleasant beach on which explore tidal pools. We really enjoy this uncrowded beach which is so convenient.
Mauna Lahilahi Beach Park
Mauna Lahilahi Beach Park is about a 5 minute walk west from the grounds of the Surfside. It is a pleasant beach on which explore tidal pools. We really enjoy this uncrowded beach which is so convenient.
Shopping
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Costco Wholesale
4589 Kapolei Parkway
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Kmart
500 Kamokila Blvd
Shopping mall
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Pearlridge Center
98-1005 Moanalua Road
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Shopping mall
Entertainment & Activities
http://www.paradisecovehawaii.com/index.htm Excellent Hawaiian food, Hawaiian crafts and games, art, entertainment in lovely oceanfront setting. This is a very worthwhile experience. There is a procession of Hawaiian royalty amid removal of the pig from the imu ( pit). There are Maori, Tahitian, Samoan, and Hawaiian dances and music. You can watch a Hukilau on the beach. The evening show takes place on 3 stages, so everyone can see well. There is a comedian, MC, and entertaining dances, including different kinds of hula and a fire dance. Several open bars serve tropical or standard drinks. The employees truly convey the Aloha Spirit!
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Paradise Cove Luau
92-1089 Alii Nui Drive
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http://www.paradisecovehawaii.com/index.htm Excellent Hawaiian food, Hawaiian crafts and games, art, entertainment in lovely oceanfront setting. This is a very worthwhile experience. There is a procession of Hawaiian royalty amid removal of the pig from the imu ( pit). There are Maori, Tahitian, Samoan, and Hawaiian dances and music. You can watch a Hukilau on the beach. The evening show takes place on 3 stages, so everyone can see well. There is a comedian, MC, and entertaining dances, including different kinds of hula and a fire dance. Several open bars serve tropical or standard drinks. The employees truly convey the Aloha Spirit!
https://www.wetnwildhawaii.com/ Oahu’s newest amusement center covers over 25 acres—one of the largest family water parks in the world—and keeps the whole gang thrilled to the gills. Slip and slide from one end of the park to the other on a double-tube slide that’s four-and-a-half stories high; two triple-tube mammoth slides; two seven story-tall speed slides—keep your mouth closed!—and a three-mile-an-hour current that lulls guests in inner tubes down a continuous river. There’s also a football field-size wave pool great for body surfing. Adults $49.99; kids $37.99; Open 10:30AM-4 PM. Located at 400 Farrington Hwy at Kapolei. (808) 674-9283.
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Wet'n'Wild Hawaii
400 Farrington Highway
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https://www.wetnwildhawaii.com/ Oahu’s newest amusement center covers over 25 acres—one of the largest family water parks in the world—and keeps the whole gang thrilled to the gills. Slip and slide from one end of the park to the other on a double-tube slide that’s four-and-a-half stories high; two triple-tube mammoth slides; two seven story-tall speed slides—keep your mouth closed!—and a three-mile-an-hour current that lulls guests in inner tubes down a continuous river. There’s also a football field-size wave pool great for body surfing. Adults $49.99; kids $37.99; Open 10:30AM-4 PM. Located at 400 Farrington Hwy at Kapolei. (808) 674-9283.
The only operating railroad on Oahu! Sunday rides (12:30 p.m. & 2:30 p.m.) are 90-minutes long, round-trip, and fully narrated. Depart from the station in Ewa traveling at a lickety-split speed of 15 miles per hour. Passengers hear the story of the OR&L as well as stories about how sugar cane trains were used on the sugar plantations. Narrator points out sites of historic interest, such as the site of a sisal plantation, historic Fort Barrette, and the "ghost town" of Gilbert. They also talk about the present and future growth of the Leeward Area. At the end of the line the train stops for a few minutes so passengers can admire the beautiful view of the ocean at Kahe Point.
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Hawaiian Railway
91-1001 Renton Rd
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The only operating railroad on Oahu! Sunday rides (12:30 p.m. & 2:30 p.m.) are 90-minutes long, round-trip, and fully narrated. Depart from the station in Ewa traveling at a lickety-split speed of 15 miles per hour. Passengers hear the story of the OR&L as well as stories about how sugar cane trains were used on the sugar plantations. Narrator points out sites of historic interest, such as the site of a sisal plantation, historic Fort Barrette, and the "ghost town" of Gilbert. They also talk about the present and future growth of the Leeward Area. At the end of the line the train stops for a few minutes so passengers can admire the beautiful view of the ocean at Kahe Point.
Plan your visit to the memorials around the flea market! Only open on Wednesdays, Saturdays (6AM-3PM) and Sundays (6AM-3PM). There are great deals on Hawaii T shirts (5 for $10), earrings ($1) craft items, produce, etc. Great gifts to bring home. Best on Sundays. Get there early. It is HUGE.
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Aloha Stadium Swap Meet
99-500 Salt Lake Boulevard
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Plan your visit to the memorials around the flea market! Only open on Wednesdays, Saturdays (6AM-3PM) and Sundays (6AM-3PM). There are great deals on Hawaii T shirts (5 for $10), earrings ($1) craft items, produce, etc. Great gifts to bring home. Best on Sundays. Get there early. It is HUGE.
151 Kapahulu Ave. Local musician concerts in the summer on Wednesday evenings 6PM-7PM ($1-$2 admission) – bring a picnic lunch. Interesting to visit. 971-7171 www.honoluluzoo.org
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Honolulu Zoo
151 Kapahulu Avenue
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151 Kapahulu Ave. Local musician concerts in the summer on Wednesday evenings 6PM-7PM ($1-$2 admission) – bring a picnic lunch. Interesting to visit. 971-7171 www.honoluluzoo.org
Dolphin and whale shows, turtles. a large aquarium tank, and more, Anyone who has gone has enjoyed it immensely! 808-259 7933.
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Sea Life Park Hawaii
41-202 Kalanianaole Highway
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Dolphin and whale shows, turtles. a large aquarium tank, and more, Anyone who has gone has enjoyed it immensely! 808-259 7933.
A plantation town that has come of age - old general stores co-exist with modern boutiques, art galleries and eateries. Former summer playground of Queen Liliuokalani, Hawaii's last reigning monarch. Try some shave ice from Matsumoto's—get ice cream in bottom!! For a real treat, stop by JAMESON’S BY THE SEA for sunset dining in a casual atmosphere 808-637-4336. 62-540 Kamehameha Hwy.
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Haleiwa
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A plantation town that has come of age - old general stores co-exist with modern boutiques, art galleries and eateries. Former summer playground of Queen Liliuokalani, Hawaii's last reigning monarch. Try some shave ice from Matsumoto's—get ice cream in bottom!! For a real treat, stop by JAMESON’S BY THE SEA for sunset dining in a casual atmosphere 808-637-4336. 62-540 Kamehameha Hwy.
Exceedingly well done exhibits of tropical fish, sharks, Hawaiian monk seals, chambered nautilus. etc. Well worth the visit. Located at the Diamond head end of Waikiki. 808-923-9741 www.waquarium.org
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Waikīkī Aquarium
2777 Kalakaua Avenue
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Exceedingly well done exhibits of tropical fish, sharks, Hawaiian monk seals, chambered nautilus. etc. Well worth the visit. Located at the Diamond head end of Waikiki. 808-923-9741 www.waquarium.org
Watch fireworks every Friday (7:30PM winter, 8PM summer) from the lagoon. Famous 'Rainbow' hotel. Shops and restaurants in the complex. Dinner is a real unique experience at 'Benihana of Tokyo' restaurant. Nearby the Ala Wai Marina is the Chart House and Outback Steak house, as well as the Harbor Pub (great pizza).
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Hilton Hawaiian Village Waikiki Beach Resort
2005 Kalia Road
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Watch fireworks every Friday (7:30PM winter, 8PM summer) from the lagoon. Famous 'Rainbow' hotel. Shops and restaurants in the complex. Dinner is a real unique experience at 'Benihana of Tokyo' restaurant. Nearby the Ala Wai Marina is the Chart House and Outback Steak house, as well as the Harbor Pub (great pizza).
Sightseeing
No trip to Oahu is complete without visiting here! ARIZONA: Completed in 1961, the 184-foot long memorial crosses the Arizona’s mid-section. A flag flies from a pole attached to its severed mainmast. While waiting for the Navy’s free shuttle ride to the memorial, see a historic film or explore the museum with its military memorabilia. Hours: 7:30 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Go to the Halawa Gate off of Kamehameha Highway. Tour is FREE (first come, first served) but expect long lines, so GET THERE EARLY (before 8AM)! For further info: Nat'l. Park Service: Arizona Memorial Hotline: (808) 422-0561
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Pearl Harbor Historic Sites Visitor Center
1 Arizona Memorial Rd
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No trip to Oahu is complete without visiting here! ARIZONA: Completed in 1961, the 184-foot long memorial crosses the Arizona’s mid-section. A flag flies from a pole attached to its severed mainmast. While waiting for the Navy’s free shuttle ride to the memorial, see a historic film or explore the museum with its military memorabilia. Hours: 7:30 A.M. to 3:00 P.M. Go to the Halawa Gate off of Kamehameha Highway. Tour is FREE (first come, first served) but expect long lines, so GET THERE EARLY (before 8AM)! For further info: Nat'l. Park Service: Arizona Memorial Hotline: (808) 422-0561
Stand on deck where the Japanese surrendered ending WWII and re-live the great battles of the sea aboard the Battleship Missouri Memorial. The “Mighty Mo” offers self and guided tours across its massive girth that measures three football fields. $14 adults, $7 children 4-12, guided tours $6 additional. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., (808) 973-2494 http://www.ussmissouri.com/
Battleship Missouri Memorial
63 Cowpens Street
Stand on deck where the Japanese surrendered ending WWII and re-live the great battles of the sea aboard the Battleship Missouri Memorial. The “Mighty Mo” offers self and guided tours across its massive girth that measures three football fields. $14 adults, $7 children 4-12, guided tours $6 additional. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., (808) 973-2494 http://www.ussmissouri.com/
BOWFIN PARK: Submarines of WWII were responsible for destroying over half of the enemy’s ships. The USS Bowfin SS-287 served with great distinction. Wind your way through its narrow compartments where the crew worked, ate and slept through nine harrowing war patrols. 8 a.m.-5 p.m., (808) 423-1341
USS Bowfin Submarine Museum & Park
11 Arizona Memorial Drive
BOWFIN PARK: Submarines of WWII were responsible for destroying over half of the enemy’s ships. The USS Bowfin SS-287 served with great distinction. Wind your way through its narrow compartments where the crew worked, ate and slept through nine harrowing war patrols. 8 a.m.-5 p.m., (808) 423-1341
Take a hike up to the lighthouse. The Makai Research Pier houses the University of Hawaii/NOAA submersibles, MAKALI'I And PISCES V. Scientists conduct research using these subs to explore the biology, ecology, and geology of the seafloor in Hawaiian waters and elsewhere. There is much to explore in “inner space.” The MAKALI'I dives to a depth of 1,200 ft., while the PISCES V has a depth capability of 6,000 ft.
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Makapuʻu Lookout
Kalanianaole Highway
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Take a hike up to the lighthouse. The Makai Research Pier houses the University of Hawaii/NOAA submersibles, MAKALI'I And PISCES V. Scientists conduct research using these subs to explore the biology, ecology, and geology of the seafloor in Hawaiian waters and elsewhere. There is much to explore in “inner space.” The MAKALI'I dives to a depth of 1,200 ft., while the PISCES V has a depth capability of 6,000 ft.
Watch for the Hawaii Visitor's Marker, Drive a couple of blocks. The Point enables you to see a splendid view of the windward shoreline.
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Lāʻie Point State Wayside
Off Kamehameha Highway (Hwy 83)
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Watch for the Hawaii Visitor's Marker, Drive a couple of blocks. The Point enables you to see a splendid view of the windward shoreline.
Near Punchbowl, a lovely scenic drive through the mountains. A winding road, fragrant with green trees. A lookout of the city from the Puu Ualakaa State Park is a breathtaking view you won’t forget! Bring a picnic lunch. See a detailed map of the island for directions to get to Tantalus Drive.
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Tantalus Drive
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Near Punchbowl, a lovely scenic drive through the mountains. A winding road, fragrant with green trees. A lookout of the city from the Puu Ualakaa State Park is a breathtaking view you won’t forget! Bring a picnic lunch. See a detailed map of the island for directions to get to Tantalus Drive.
Cemetery of the Pacific for the war dead. Inside of extinct volcanic crater 808-566-1430. While in the area, you may want to visit Foster Botanical gardens at 180 N. Vineyard Blvd. Pleasant place for a stroll. Orchid and fern gardens.
Punchbowl Crater
Cemetery of the Pacific for the war dead. Inside of extinct volcanic crater 808-566-1430. While in the area, you may want to visit Foster Botanical gardens at 180 N. Vineyard Blvd. Pleasant place for a stroll. Orchid and fern gardens.
If you follow Makaha Valley Road inland, you pass condos and high-rises clinging to the arid walls of this leeward valley. Visit the Kaneaki Heiau, a 17th-century temple restored by the resort under the direction of the Bishop Museum. This temple was dedicated to Lono, the benevolent god of harvest and fertility. The grass and thatched huts used as prayer and meditation chambers, along with a spirit tower, have all been replicated.
Kaneaki St + Waianae Valley Rd
If you follow Makaha Valley Road inland, you pass condos and high-rises clinging to the arid walls of this leeward valley. Visit the Kaneaki Heiau, a 17th-century temple restored by the resort under the direction of the Bishop Museum. This temple was dedicated to Lono, the benevolent god of harvest and fertility. The grass and thatched huts used as prayer and meditation chambers, along with a spirit tower, have all been replicated.
Essentials
They'll have everything you need here.
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Tamura Super Market
86-032 Farrington Highway
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They'll have everything you need here.
Arts & Culture
A MUST-SEE! Consists of authentic villages--Tongan, Fijian, Hawaiian, Tahitian, Maori, and Samoan--where you learn about the various cultures. You can ride a canoe through the complex via its waterways. A visit here is interesting, worthwhile, and a photographer's delight. There is a colorful pageant of canoes, where members of each village paddle on a canoe in their native attire. The evening show is SPECTACULAR, with dinner being served prior to the show. Reservations: 293 3333. This attraction is run by the Mormon Church. www.polynesia.com
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Polynesian Cultural Center
55-370 Kamehameha Hwy
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A MUST-SEE! Consists of authentic villages--Tongan, Fijian, Hawaiian, Tahitian, Maori, and Samoan--where you learn about the various cultures. You can ride a canoe through the complex via its waterways. A visit here is interesting, worthwhile, and a photographer's delight. There is a colorful pageant of canoes, where members of each village paddle on a canoe in their native attire. The evening show is SPECTACULAR, with dinner being served prior to the show. Reservations: 293 3333. This attraction is run by the Mormon Church. www.polynesia.com