The East Waikiki Walking Tour

4 Ratings
  • Live Guide
  • Instant Confirmation
  • Group Tour
  • E-Ticket
  • 2 hr

Hawai'i Walks is a walking tour company that is historically literate, compelling, and sustainable. Our expert guides all possess advanced degrees and are experts in Hawaiian flora, fauna, and history. Most tours just scratch the surface of what it means to be in Hawai'i, while our guides cover geological and human history throughout the Pacific, present local social issues, and in-depth descriptions of the animals and plants that you encounter. We share this information through the lens of sustainability, discussing the various impacts of industry in Waikiki while providing customers with information they need to be better consumers while visiting the islands. If you're looking for an expansive background on the region you are visiting, join us on our nature and history tour today!

Itinerary Details

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Waikiki War Memorial Natatorium

Learn about Hawai'i's history in the world wars and observe an abandoned war memorial with an olympic-sized swimming pool in the water.

Duration: 15 minutes

Stop At: Kaimana Beach

Learn basic surfing history at the site where the first surf schools were established. We will discuss the conflict between Outrigger and Hui Nalu, the two original surf clubs, and their impact on the image of surfing and Hawai'i abroad. Cross your fingers for a visit from a rare Native Hawaiian monk seal, since Kaimana beach is one of their favorite haul out spots!

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Kapiolani Park

We take a pause to take photos in the park and enjoy locally made ice cream

Duration: 15 minutes

Pass By: Honolulu Zoo

We will circle the zoo and hear about some of the most compelling stories from the animals that have called this their home over the years.

Pass By: Diamond Head State Monument

We will walk along the base of Diamond Head (Le'ahi) state park, and we will discuss the geological history of the island and the formation of this iconic volcanic cone.
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