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About Diamond Head Beach Park, Honolulu

Overview of Diamond Head Beach Park

Welcome to the page of Diamond Head Beach Park. This is a place of interest in the city of Honolulu in United States. Don't expect lot of visitors to Diamond Head Beach Park since it is not a popular tourist spot in Honolulu.

Diamond Head Beach Park is not one of the most important things to do in Honolulu like U S S Arizona Memorial, Diamond Head, Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, Waikiki Beach and Pearl Harbor.

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Oahu Atlantis Submarine Adventure
View Deal Oahu Atlantis Submarine Adventure 161 Reviews | Duration: 2 hours From USD 116.38/person

Dive below the surface of Hawaii's blue waters on an Atlantis Submarine Oahu tour! You'll have a unique chance to observe marine life up close without getting wet on this exciting Oahu submarine tour, while descending 100 feet (30 meters) beneath the surface in a submarine.

Hanauma Bay Snorkeling Adventure Half-Day Tour
View Deal Hanauma Bay Snorkeling Adventure Half-Day Tour 374 Reviews | Duration: 5 hours From USD 36/person

Go for a snorkel at Hanauma Bay Hawaii, one of the most popular natural attractions in the world! While Hanauma Bay snorkeling you'll spot schools of colorful fish and perhaps even dolphins and turtles. The safe inner reef is perfect for children and beginners, while the more challenging outer reef will thrill advanced snorkelers on Hanauma Bay tours.

Turtle Canyon Snorkel Cruise by Catamaran
View Deal Turtle Canyon Snorkel Cruise by Catamaran 90 Reviews | Duration: 2 or 3 hours From USD 77.3/person

Set sail for Turtle Canyon on a power catamaran from Waikiki, enjoying a scenic cruise along the shores of Oahu. Your goal: snorkeling in warm waters frequented by Hawaii’s green sea turtles! Back on board, enjoy two provided drinks, and refuel with lunch if you select the midday tour. Keep an eye out for dolphins, migrating whales and other marine life as you soak up the sights, including Diamond Head.

Turtle sightings guaranteed! On this turtle snorkel cruise, if a turtle is not sighted, you will be given a complimentary return turtle snorkel cruise.

Pearl Harbor Tour From Honolulu
View Deal Pearl Harbor Tour From Honolulu 118 Reviews | Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes From USD 39.23/person

Get an insider's look at Pearl Harbor on this 4.5-hour small-group guided tour of the area, including  the World War II Valor in the Pacific National Monument and the USS Arizona. See archived film footage of the 1941 Japanese attack, learn about the history of Pearl Harbor. After the tour, get chauffeured around downtown Honolulu to see the sites and learn about the history and culture of this fascinating city.

Share your experience - Rate Diamond Head Beach Park, Honolulu

  • Small beach mostly rocky. It's a good place to go surfing. There's no bathrooms or pick nick tables. Some parking.

  • Nice sea view spot with a few food truck meal offering. A must to visit in Honolulu

  • It really is the unofficial nude beach of Oahu. Eek. Didn't look it up until after I went..... beautiful cliffs and waves- But you might see an occasional derriere if you approach too quickly.

  • A cool place to set up and be alone. I always used to come here and swim. Surfers will leave you alone. Good meditation spot.

  • Ummm...yeah, no. Don't waste the gas to get here unless you want to walk past cars lined up hotboxing and sitting on a tiny strip of sand littered with garbage.

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