Downtown Honolulu goes above and beyond for this annual parade honoring the reign of King Kamehameha who was responsible for ... More
King Kamehameha Celebration Floral Parade
Downtown Honolulu goes above and beyond for this annual parade honoring the reign of King Kamehameha who was responsible for consolidating the islands under one rule in 1795. As part of this 87th celebration massive leis, some measuring thirteen feet in length, will be draped over the king's bronze statue that towers in downtown. The parade, which begins at King and Richards Streets and concludes at Queen Kapiolani Park, features brightly decorated floats, marching bands, and plenty of convertibles full of waving, smiling people with perfect teeth. Admission is free.
For an experience that will give you goose bumps, take the Pali Highway to this spectacular lookout, one of the
windiest spots on Oahu. Historians hotly debate the legend that says that in 1795, King Kamehameha I, the unifier ...
This small harbor and park area is a favorite with fishing boats and pleasure cruisers. Voyager Submarines and Ali'i Kai
Sport Fishing are two of the notable marine activity companies with a home base at this port. There is ...
More than 70 established and emerging artists are represented at this gallery in Waikiki. Owners Sherry and Michael Schnack have
encouraged many artists over the years, and quite a number of their proteges exhibit regularly at mainland fine art ...