Guide to The Hawaiian Islands : Oahu Vacation Planner 2018-2019
877-525-OAHU 15 For a complete directory of O‘ahu’s products and services, see pages 66-71. Lē‘ahi Centuries ago, Hawaiians saw a tuna rising up and named it Lē‘ahi, “brow of the tuna,” and British sailors mistook the calcite minerals on the slopes of the crater for diamonds, hence its nickname “Diamond Head.” Enjoy O‘ahu’s natural beauty at the peak of this walk, with a panoramic view that extends along the south shore of the island. Bring comfortable walking shoes, water and some sunscreen for this leisurely hike up a 760-foot volcanic tuff cone (don’t worry, it’s extinct) that measures about 1.6 miles round trip. Gates open at 6 a.m. and close at 6 p.m., at which time visitors must be out of the park. Lē‘ahi, or Diamond Head HUNGRY HIKERS There are a number of notable cafes and restaurants across the entrance to Lē‘ahi that make for great fueling options for your hike! TorJohnson www.halekulani.com From daytime elegance to nighttime chic... www.waikikiparc.com Two distinct hotels, both in the heart of Waikiki and world-renowned for extraordinary service and unparalleled guest experiences. Halekulani, a gracious and serene ‘House Befitting Heaven’. Waikiki Parc, one of the finest boutique hotels in Waikiki.
Island of Hawaii Travel Planner 2018-2019