Kuhio Beach Park
- Address: Honolulu, HI 96815, USA, United States
- Ticket Price: Free
- Time Required: 03:00 Hrs
- Tags: Beach, Park, Family And Kids
Kuhio Beach Park - Review
The Kuhio Beach Park built in 1951, is a part of the famous Waikiki beach.
The beach is popular for three main attractions- the Prince Kuhio Statue, the Duke Kahanamoku Statue (dedicated to the Olympic swimmer) and the Stones of Kapaemahu. The Stones of Kapaemahu represent four legendary men: Kapaemahu, Kahaloa, Kapuni and Kinohi who came to Hawaii from another country and had healing powers.
The beach itself is a tourist attraction with a shallow shelf where you can can take a dip in the water and golden sands that gleam under the sun.
Kuhio Beach Park Information
- Carry bottled drinking water.
- Wearing sunscreen will help to protect from the sun.
Kuhio Beach Park Ticket Prices
- Entry is free.
Kuhio Beach Park Hours
- The beach is closed from 2.00 am to 5.00 am
How To reach Kuhio Beach Park by Public Transport
- By Bus: Kalakaua Ave + Opp Uluniu Ave
- By Taxi
- By hiring a local Cab
- By renting a Car/Bike
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Things to Know Before Visiting Kuhio Beach Park
4.35% of people who visit Honolulu include Kuhio Beach Park in their plan
08 AM - 09 AM
36.84% of people start their Kuhio Beach Park visit around 08 AM - 09 AM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Kuhio Beach Park
86.67% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kuhio Beach Park
Kuhio Beach Park Trips
Kuhio Beach Park, Honolulu Reviews
One of the few free hula shows in the island! It’s a must. We went on Thursday and Saturday and both days had a different group performing. You get the opportunity to learn a lot about the history of hula. Just in case you can’t spot it- look for the Banyan tree near the statue and showers. I recommend getting there before 6 pm to save your spot, as it starts getting busy. Hula starts at 6:30 pm and goes to 7:30 pm. A must do in Waikiki!
For a free hula show..no complaints here. My daughter loved it and the scenery isnt bad to look at. So if you have nothing to do at 730 (come early if you want a "seat") then check it out. They explain everything and totally free.
A free tourist experience on Kuhio Beach. It involves dancing, music and oral history telling. A wonderful experience in a beautiful location. If you are looking for a luau type experience without paying a ton of money, this is it. Also, I recommend bringing a chair or towel of some sorts as their is no seating, just ground to sit on.
Between the sun slowly setting over the water, the sand under you toes and the traditional Hawaiian dance and music you will experience exactly what you hoped for on your vacation. The shows are free and rival many of the paid events around the island. Make sure you take the time to enjoy one before you leave.
Really cool free show. About 1 hr. Tues, Thurs, Sat at 06:30 pm. They give you a historical demonstration of the ancient hula then perform some more modern hula with modern musical instruments (bass, guitar, ukulele). They kept it light with some humor as well. Fun show worth your time. We did this instead of paying for the outrageously priced luaus.