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Nature Preserve
“A state park all about snorkeling? That's my kind of park! Yes, it's crowed, you have to pay, and you have to watch a video before the steep walk down (unless you take their trolley), but I think it's totally worth it. You are pretty much guaranteed to see gorgeous aquatic life even if you have no snorkeling experience. Go early before the parking lot reaches capacity.”
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Wanderweg
“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.”
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Park
“Hanauma Bay Beach is the finest snorkeling beach for beginning and even advanced snorkelers and even SCUBA divers on Oahu, yet it is located only about 2 minutes by car from the AlohaPalace com. You can even put on some good hiking shoes and a hat and longsleeved shirt and climb up (at your own risk of course) the dry stream bed with exotic lianas to hold on to and rappel yourself up to the top of the extinct crater wall from which Hanauma Bay was formed about 30,000 years ago and walk to the main entrance of Hanauma Bay and go snorkeling, for free if you walk through the main entrance gate after 6AM when the Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve opens every morning except Tuesdays when it is always closed for maintenance, and 7:00AM when the personnel arrive to collect the admission from anyone who is over the age of 12 and does not have a Hawaii Driver License, except of course for active members of the military stationed in Hawaii, and everyone who gets in can stay at the Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve all day if they want to, and parking a car only costs just $1 for parking all day! You will be amazed how many beautiful fish and even rare marine mammals you wil be able to see in their natural habitat. There is even a nature center with exhibits and free lectures most Thursday evenings about marine ecology. All visitors get to see a 9 minute video movie about the conservation efforts going on and why you should not step on the coral because it provides food for the fish and green turtles who live in the bay. ”
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Gym
“Not for the novice hiker! Be prepared for the steep climb... the view is worth it!!!”
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Park
“Hike Kokohead for stunning panoramic views of the east side of the island. Avoid going mid day as it can get very hot. Bring water and sun protection. Best time to go is early morning or late afternoon. Hike takes 1 hour and is along tracks going up the mountain at a steep incline. MODERATE TO DIFFICULT. Leisure pace around 45 minutes to 1 hour to the top. ”
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Park
“If you want a really good workout, this is a great hike. Beautiful views but it can be really hard if your out of shape.”
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Bay
““Probably one of the easiest and best places to snorkel. Lots of fish. Only thing is you need to watch a 45 min safety video. Go early, lots of people love going here to snorkel.””
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Park
“1000+ stairs up a steep trail. But if you are up for the challenge this hike takes about 30 - 60 minutes with great rewarding views at the top. Bring water, sunscreen and wear covered shoes. You can also head to Makapu'u, Haunama Bay, Sandy Beach, Waimanalo, etc. afterwards for a full day of outdoor activity. I recommend going early in the morning (arrive at 6AM to hike) to catch the sunrise.”
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Park
“This park has many different species of plumeria trees. You can smell the different varieties. There are also cacti and other dessert like plants. ”
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Nature Preserve
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