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Diamond Head

Also known as Lēʻahi, this crater of an extinct volcano got its name when Western explorers mistook calcite crystals they found there for diamonds. Framing the fabric of the island, the crater is riddled with a tracery of vents and volcanic remnants. The historic trail to the 761-foot (231.9 meter) summit starts inside the crater and is an easy, but steep, 0.8 mile (1.3 kilometers) hike to the top. Adorned with craggy corrugations and tufts of sun-bleached grass, Diamond Head affords astounding views of Oʻahu's charming landscape, including some exceptional views of its beaches and locales.

Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve

Famed for its beautiful horseshoe-shaped sandy beach and clear, calm turquoise waters, this natural marine sanctuary is home to thousands of colorful tropical fish. The waist-deep water inside the reef is perfect for novice snorkelers to explore. More experienced snorkelers might want to check with the lifeguard before venturing beyond to deeper waters to see sea turtles and other marine life. The Bay is least crowded in the early morning or late afternoon.

USS Arizona Memorial

On December 7, 1941, the battleship USS Arizona was sunk, taking 1100 sailors with it. In 1961, a solemn white monument was erected above the midsection of the ship. The deck of the Arizona lies now six feet (1.83 meters) below the surface of Pearl Harbor and is clearly visible from the monument. Take the shuttle launch from shore to the monument and view the dark shape of a once-great ship with its silent crew. Free guided tours are offered 8a-1p daily. Visit the Battleship Missouri Memorial afterward.

ʻIolani Palace

Built in 1882 by Hawaiʻi's last king, David Kalākaua, this stately three-story building is a real treat to explore. After the overthrow of the King's sister Queen Liliʻuokalani in 1893, the structure served as the territorial and state capitol until 1969. The Palace Galleries showcase jewels and regalia from the days of Hawaiʻian royalty. Guided tours are offered every 30 minutes and reservations are suggested.

Koko Crater Railway Trailhead

Koko Crater Railway Trail is a trail for every nature enthusiast. The old railway tracks here, which were used once for transporting goods, are now defunct and used as stairs to head up to the mountain. The trail covers a large part of the Koko Head and offers spectacular views of the Honolulu shoreline. The panorama is a major highlight and is definitely worth the challenging climb. The visitors can also explore the Botanical Garden located at the top of the Koko Crater.

Nuʻuanu Pali State Wayside

Nestled in the lush, tropical paradise of Hawaii, the Nu'uanu Pali State Wayside is a remarkable natural wonder with deep historical significance. The Nu'uanu Pali Lookout here is renowned for its panoramic views of the windward coast of Oahu. It was here in 1795 that King Kamehameha I achieved a decisive victory in his quest to unite the Hawaiian Islands. Visitors can explore this history through informative displays at the lookout. The refreshing winds and breezes that sweep through the area make it a pleasant place to stop and enjoy a moment of respite from the heat.

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