Get your cameras ready to capture memorable moments of Hawaii’s great outdoors. Experience breathtaking views from a hiking trail summit, the scents of the ocean breeze or the vibrant colors of the island’s landscape.
A must-see up close destination! Known in Hawaiian as leahi, Diamond Head Crater was formed over 300,000 years ago and encompasses over 475 acres of interior and outer slopes.Get Directions
Just across the street from the hotel is a great beach park—a perfect spot for your favorite tropical activities. The park also is the site of the Prince Kuhio Statue, the Duke Kahanamoku Statue and the Stones of Kapaemahu.Get Directions
Snorkel with some of brightest fish in the Pacific at Hanauma Bay, a well-known state park revered for its fantastic sightseeing under the sea. The entrance is located on the southeast tip of East Honolulu and costs $7.50 to enter.Get Directions
Visit one of the largest collections of tropical plants in the United States, several of which are endangered or extinct in the world outside. Enjoy acres of Tropical trees, gardens with primitive cycads, hybrid orchids, palms, and butterflies.Get Directions
Located near the University of Hawaii in Manoa valley, this outdoor garden is an important resource the university and is popular with the local community. Walk the trail, take a tour, or have a picnic among the beautiful flora.Get Directions
This fun hike is great for those adventurers looking for dense greenery, fruit trees, and a waterfall pay-off! This 1.6-mile hike offers gorgeous scenery like guava trees, a bamboo forest and fragrant wild ginger.Get Directions
Nothing beats having some extra money for your travels to Hawaii. Enjoy great savings when you book directly at the Aston Waikiki Beach Hotel.
Book by June 30 for travel through December 19 for special rates to the new private guest club.