Be sure to read the rules before you snorkel. This area is very beautiful, but we all have to enjoy it carefully so it remains that way.
Things to do near Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve for Foodies
- 10.72 mi0.72 mi from Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve26 reviews
My friend calls this exercise and not a hike, very true. Koko Head an old railroad track that's now used as a hiking trail. It's 1,048 steps, very uphill slope, and major "buns of steel" climb. If you want a great workout, this is an intensive huffing and puffing leg workout every step of the way. Only active fit crazies ...Popular withOutdoorAdventureBackpackers
- 20.68 mi
- 30.67 mi0.67 mi from Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve1 review
Clean, nice studio. Infra red heating system, hardwood floors, certified Bikram instruction. Friendly clientele.
- 40.74 mi0.74 mi from Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve1 review
Another close by shopping center 5 minutes away with restaurants, 8 plex movie theater, Kokonuts Shave Ice, Zippy's for local food, and jetski and parasailing tours.
- 50.3 mi0.3 mi from Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve2 reviews
This area does have a surprising amount in it. There are tennis courts as well as multiple buildings that I saw martial arts courses as well as art courses going on. There is also at least one baseball diamond. It is also relatively close to an area to get food and other supplies.Popular withOutdoor
- 60.67 mi0.67 mi from Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve1 review
This complex of stores and restaurants is within walking distance of Koko Head and Hanauma Bay, which makes it one of the better places to get any last minute supplies for either of those two activities. There is also a decent amount of parking there.
- 70.77 mi0.77 mi from Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve1 review
A small local farmers' market every Saturday morning from 9am-1pm. You'll find a couple of hot food vendors, farmers, and crafts people selling goods. It's a nice short stroll if you are in the neighborhood.
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- 104.15 mi4.15 mi from Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve30 reviews
One of my favorite beaches in Oahu! Long strip of white soft sandy beach and the bluest ocean water. It's nice and secluded. Great spot for body surfing. Plenty of free parking in the park's lot.Popular withOutdoorFamiliesGreen
- 113.82 mi3.82 mi from Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve34 reviews
One of the easiest and scenic trails on the east side. I love taking visitors here because there's plenty of parking (just don't leave anything visible in the car), nice paved road, very scenic along the ocean, possible whale spotting points, and once reached the top, a beautiful view of the lighthouse against the ocean and sweeping views of beaches, ...Popular withOutdoorFamiliesAdventure
- 124.73 mi4.73 mi from Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve17 reviews
Incredible experience. It gets a little shallow in areas, where the rocks jut up close to the surface. It's easy to get yourself lodged in an shallow tide-pool-esque area, but it's nothing a little wiggling and wading can't fix. The water is crystal clear. The fish are plentiful and the brightest colors you've ever seen. Do. This. You must.Popular withSpiritualWellnessFoodies
- 131.61 mi1.61 mi from Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve29 reviews
Great place for bodysurfing, but be careful!! The waves crash really close to the sloping sand, and I've seen many people get hurt here. Bodysurf during the summer, when the waves are smaller. It's a great place to just watch people bodysurf, too. The beach is beautiful.Popular withAdventureOutdoorLocal
- 143.39 mi
- 152.09 mi2.09 mi from Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve12 reviews
In the movie "From Here to Eternity", this is the spot where Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr make out on the beach, hence the nickname for the beach is "From Here to Eternity" Beach. A short hike from the parking lot, It's a nice beach to play in. Be careful of strong tides and slippery cliffs.Popular withOutdoorFamiliesLocal
- 161.16 mi1.16 mi from Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve9 reviews
Koko Crater Botanical Garden's address is technically in Honolulu, but it is about 30 minutes east of the city, in the neighborhood of Hawaii Kai. Koko Crater is also very close to several other amazing parks, beaches, and hikes. So even though the botanical garden only takes up about two hours of your day, you'll have so much potential to ...Popular withOutdoorFamiliesBudget
- 172.64 mi2.64 mi from Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve4 reviews
A great hike off Kalanianole Hwy in the Kuli'ou'ou Valley. It is a beginner to intermediate hike with gradual steady incline up to the ridge. Along the way there are many pine trees that provide shade. There are a couple of spots for nice views of the ocean and valley. Once you past the resting area with the bench, there ...Popular withOutdoorAdventureBackpackers
- 181.94 mi1.94 mi from Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve4 reviews
Start from the Blow Hole located on the East side of Oahu, cross the highway and just go Up! Up! Up! along the Arch, last one of four from the ridge of Koko Crater. Continuous uphill, walk along 2' rock paths, crawl boulders until you reach the top of Koko Crater. To get down, you either go back down the ...Popular withOutdoor
- 193.33 mi3.33 mi from Hanauma Bay Marine Preserve4 reviews
I would highly roccomend the Chief's Lu'au at Sea Life Park on Wed. & Sun. nights. I love the personal touches this lu'au has, as well as the mix of music and dance from around the Pacific. Chief Sielu leads a great group of talented entertainers as you voyage through the Pacific islands with him. Sea Life Park is a ...Popular withOutdoor
- 203.42 mi