Diamond Head is one of the most impressive visual reminders on O’ahu of the origins of the Hawaiian islands. This is a stunning volcanic crater that is visited by over one million people every year, which should tell you something! The crater’s outer ridge reaches a height of 232 meters, while the inside of the crater, which is now a national park and also a World Heritage Site, covers 475 acres. Don’t forget to take your camera with you! You’ll find Diamond Head Crater on the Green Line.
- Address: 4204 Diamond Head Rd
- Open: 6am – 4pm Gate Closes at 6pm
- Website: dlnr.hawaii.gov
- Reservations: gostateparks.hawaii.gov/diamondhead
- Advanced reservations required if you’re planning on doing the Diamond Head hike.
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