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Hawaii Kai, Honolulu : les meilleures activités

Découvrez la ville à travers les yeux des habitants. Trouvez les meilleures activités, les meilleures tables et obtenez de précieux conseils auprès des personnes qui vivent ici.

Natural Feature
“A must see location for being a beach and swimming location that is well-preserved. You can sunbathe on the beach, and snorkel with the fish. ”
199 habitants locaux recommandent
“Sea Life Park is Hawaii's best wild life and wild animal park, offering fun and educational animal experiences for the entire family. With a focus on education and conservation, our shows, exhibits and interactive programs offer thrilling, once-in-a-lifetime up-close encounters, like swimming with dolphins, petting sharks, and more! Join us at the best aquarium in Oahu for educational activities and field trips, great family dining options, our many special events including the nightly Ka Moana Lū‘au , and of course, the best place to swim with dolphins in Oahu.”
48 habitants locaux recommandent
“Test your cardio and stair climbing abilities. The view is spectacular and well worth it!”
54 habitants locaux recommandent
“Amazing place to eat and drink and awesome views of Hawaii Kai Marina and Ko’olau mountain. My favorite Kona Beer is the Long Board. Their sliders are really good. After snorkeling at Hanauma Bay and/or hiking Koko Head, this places is my go to. ”
56 habitants locaux recommandent
Scenic Lookout
“I've done this hike with kids and adults. The views at the top are breathtaking and you can go at your own pace. ”
39 habitants locaux recommandent
Nature Preserve
“This is a very nice place to snorkel for beginners and families with small kids. It is a medium drive from the condo, but worth the trip. This snorkeling spot is within a state park and requires paid entrance. It is always very busy so take time to park and plan your trip here carefully.”
29 habitants locaux recommandent
“Offering outstanding views of Oahu’s coast, including Koko Head, this trail is an excellent place to view migrating humpback whales from November to May.”
20 habitants locaux recommandent
“Hike a cement walking path and see the east and south shore at the same time. In winter months you see whales usually December through March..”
27 habitants locaux recommandent
“One of the best hikes to burn calories instantly with stairs all the way up. At the top, you will see some of the best views from the island.”
30 habitants locaux recommandent
“Not for the novice hiker! Be prepared for the steep climb... the view is worth it!!!”
28 habitants locaux recommandent
Point of Interest
“I also haven't done this one but my sister who is an adventurist loves this trail! It's listed as an intermediate hike and it about 5 miles. Beautiful views per usual, don't forget your water!”
22 habitants locaux recommandent
“Delicious food! More on the pricey side, but totally worth it. We usually sit outside, order sushi rolls and have their chocolate souffle for dessert. ”
32 habitants locaux recommandent
“Check out the big waves and body surfers. Don't go in the water. It is a place for people who understand the tides and shorebreaks. Lifeguards will single you out and tell you get out of the water.”
22 habitants locaux recommandent
“amazing beach ! but be carefull, this is for advanced beach goers as the shore-break is very dangerous but worth watching and taking photos. the beach is lovely and clean white sand beach”
34 habitants locaux recommandent
“A moderately easy hike to a scenic viewpoint overlooking the Windward Coast. A shining beacon built in 1909 on a 600-foot sea cliff overlooking Makapuu Beach—a stretch of sand known as one of Oahu’s best bodysurfing beaches—and family-friendly Sea Life Park. Fifteen minutes past Hanauma Bay and beyond Sandy Beach, you’ll find the large parking lot that leads to the 2-mile paved trail overlooking the lighthouse. This moderately easy hike pays off with breathtaking views of the indigo ocean and Oahu’s eastern, or Windward Coast. You can even see the island of Molokai in the distance. Two other smaller islands, Manana, also known as Rabbit Island, and Kaohikaipu are visible offshore.”
24 habitants locaux recommandent
Scenic Lookout
“there is a lookout just before sandy beach where you can see a blowhole. as you look out onto the water, on the right hand side there is a small secluded beach that is much safer than sandy beach.”
19 habitants locaux recommandent