HAWAII FREE TOURS' Recommendations
FRESH CATCH - Best Poke on island!
HELENAS - Traditional Hawaiian Food
HIGHWAY INN - Traditional Hawaiian Food
PIONEER SALOON - Fusion Local & Japanese "Plate Lunch" Dishes
KATSUMIDORI (Make a reservation as they get very busy)
IZAKAYA NONBEI (They have sushi, hot dishes, and other authentic Japanese appetizers)
655 Keeaumoku St Ste 109 (Make a reservation as it is very busy)
Honolulu, HI 96814
SENYU SUSHI - OMAKASE (Reservations is a must)
2535 Coyne St. 2nd Floor
Honolulu, HI 96815
LANIKAI BEACH (East Oahu)
KAIMANA BEACH/SAN SOUCI (Near Waikiki)
WAIMANALO BEACH (East Oahu)
MAKAHA BEACH (West Oahu)
Hikes & Waterfalls:
LULUMAHU FALLS (Waterfall)
KOKOHEAD CRATER (Mountain with scenic views at the top) - A 20-45 minute hike up Kokohead crater via stairs. Please note that this hike may not be suitable for young children or the elderly or for those with bad knees. Bring water.
DIAMONDHEAD CRATER (Mountain)
MANOA FALLS - short hike (10-15 minute) to reach this beautiful waterfall deep in Manoa valley
Scenic Stops & Lookouts:
TANTALUS LOOKOUT - Here you can have a picnic on the grass overlooking Honolulu.
PALI LOOKOUT - This is where King Kamehameha had his final battle pushing over 400 enemy troops. The lookout is super windy but you can see the beautiful east side of Oahu.
HALONA BLOWHOLE LOOKOUT - Located on the east side of the island, Halona blowhole is an ocean powered geyser that offers an elevated view of the east Pacific and on a clear day you can see the islands of Maui & Molokai and even whales.
MAKAPU'U LOOKOUT - Just further down the road of Halona blowhole is the Makapuu cliff look out. It overlooks Makapuu beach.