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Southeast Oahu

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DIAMOND HEAD CRATER

Hawaii's most famous landmark - the extinct volcano rising 760 feet above sea level.

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HAWAII KAI - MAUNALUA BAY

A great spot for beginning divers. Home to endangered green sea turtles and a variety of Hawaii's colorful reef fish.

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HANAUMA BAY NATURE PRESERVE

Marine preserve located in a beautiful horseshoe bay. One of Oahu's foremost snorkeling areas.

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HALONA BLOW HOLE

A famous lava tube that sucks in the ocean and spits it out in lofty plumes, sometimes 50 feet high.

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KOKO CRATER GARDEN

Extinct volcano crater containing plumeria, bougainvillea, cacti, aloes, palms.

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MAKAPUU POINT LIGHTHOUSE

An incredible view of Oahu's windward coast can be seen from this overlook - home to the Makapuu Lighthouse which has been operating for over 100 years.

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SEA LIFE PARK

Oahu's world-famous marine park - over 4,000 sea creatures make Hawaii's under-water sea world come alive.

Waialae Beach Park

WAIALAE BEACH PARK

Located next to the Kahala Hotel & Resort on Oahu’s south shore. A narrow, sandy beach with a shallow reef, which makes for great swimming conditions. There is a small man-made island located offshore.

 

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