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If you have never seen an authentic rainforest, this is your chance. This arboretum contains 194 acres (78.5 hectares) of genuine tropical bliss. Near-constant rain allows the foliage to flourish year-round. Rolling hills and flatlands are covered in vibrant, green vegetation and unique island flora. Seasonal activities are available through the arboretum. A monthly newsletter keeps employees and interested visitors updated on events. There is a gift shop on site.
The island of Oahu is jam-packed with activities, shopping and attractions. Sometimes it becomes important to organize your time, which is precisely where Roberts Hawaii comes in. This company is considered the premier tour company in the state of Hawaii. It facilitates every activity imaginable and is the first phone number to call if you need help planning an itinerary. Island tours, overnighters and packages are available. A favorite is Moonlight and Magic, a dinner cruise on the Ali'i Kai followed by a magic show.
Kalihi is a historical neighborhood in Honolulu, Hawaii. The area is divided by Likelike Highway and the Kalihi Stream and is currently a mainstream residential area with numerous historical building. Kalihi is a planned area with numerous educational and employment facilities and is a popular tourist destination as well. With a diverse range of flora and fauna and due to the abundance of fishponds and natural springs here, the area was used as a Leprosy Receiving Station.
Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum provides a fascinating look into Hawaii's colorful past. Established in 1889 by Charles Reed Bishop for his wife, the last descendant of the Kamehameha family, the museum has multiple permanent and special exhibits. From diverse subjects including Hawaiian royalty to hands on science exhibits to contemporary works by native American artists, it contains an array of artifacts.
Surrounded by eels on the ocean floor lies the remains of the Corsair Plane, a world war II plane, that crash landed in water on a routine mission in 1948. Though the pilot escaped unhurt and there were no casualties, the plane sank to the bottom of the ocean floor. Now lying at a height of 115 feet (35.05 meters) below the sea level, the plane is a popular dive site for advanced scuba divers. Divers at the site can catch clear views of the aircraft body, its propellor and the wings.
This 120 mile trip around Oahu is one of the most popular, fully-narrated tours offered by the Grayline Tour Company. You can stroll through the famous Dole Plantation's gardens, ride the Plantation Train, or test your skills in the secret Pineapple Maze, officially recognized as the World's Largest Maze by Guinness. The adventure allows you to see some of Oahu's most prestigious homes in the Kahala area. Marvel at the view from the lookout over Hanauma Bay, a Hawaiian Marine Preserve, then head out to the famed Halona Blowhole, renowned Sandy Beach, Makapu'u Point, Byodo-In Temple, Chinaman's Hat, Kahana Bay and world famous North Shore surfing beaches.