Nestled between two mountain ranges—the Waianae and Ko'olau—this 27-acre garden is considered the ... More
Wahiawa Botanical Garden
Nestled between two mountain ranges—the Waianae and Ko'olau—this 27-acre garden is considered the "tropical jewel" of Honolulu's botanical gardens. Its history dates back to a 1920s attempt by sugar planters to create an experimental arboretum. Tours through the garden reveal a stretch of land devoted to plants that thrive in a humid, cool tropical climate. Both guided and solo tours are available. Explore a magical, lovely, sweet-smelling rainforest, in which exotic tropical blooms flourish. Entrance to the garden is free.
When Coral Creek opened, Golf Digest named it one of Americas best new courses. Located on the Ewa Plain, it
showcases some of Hawaii's most breathtaking natural wonders. Take a moment to notice the coral rock formations which are ...
This 200 acre stretch of Koko Crater was set aside in 1958, with a long term (as yet only partially
realized) plan of turning it into a botanical garden. Eventually, it will be a landscape where endangered plants suitable ...
One of Hawaii's top visitor attractions, this tropical 42 acre site showcases seven Polynesian regions: Fiji, Hawai'i, the Marquesas, New
Zealand, Samoa, Tahiti and Tonga. Visitors enjoy frequent crafts demonstrations, musical performances, games and more. The famous Canoe Pageant ...