Guide to The Hawaiian Islands : Oahu Vacation Planner 2019-2020
34 gohawaii.com/oahu @oahuvb Hike Happy One of the island’s most rewarding hikes is the trek to the crest of Lē‘ahi, or Diamond Head. You’ll pass through World War II fortifications before reaching the 763-foot summit and a breathtaking view of Waikīkī, Honolulu, the southern coast and the blue Pacific. Bring water and don’t forget your camera! Close to Waikīkī you’ll also find Mānoa Falls, Waikahalulu Falls and Round Top Forest Reserve. Or venture further afield to Makapu‘u Head or the ‘Aiea Loop Trail. Visit the Hawai‘i Starwood WHAT BETTER WAY TO SEE THE SITES AND SCENERY of O‘ahu than to immerse in a hike or bike ride? Here are some fun suggestions we’ve gathered for you to truly experience the island’s activities. DaejaFallas Ko‘olau Range Kualoa Ranch & Private Nature Reserve HTJ Diamond Head Trail Makapu‘u LAND ACTIVITIES PLAY State Department of Land & Natural Resources website for recommended trails on O‘ahu. dlnr.hawaii.gov/ recreation/nah Breezy Biking What better feeling than the tropical breeze through your hair as the breathtaking sites of O‘ahu surround you? Get a rental or join a guided tour—you can even put your bike on the rack of TheBus between stops. Remember— our ecosystem is fragile, so please stay on the trail!