Start your tour at 10am with a quick lesson on pronouncing some of our Hawaiian street names and names of Hawaiian royalty. You will also learn a popular hapa haole Hawaiian song and learn to dance a hula.
Before starting your journey on a cultural and historical walk, your guide will create a sense of place with a mele (Hawaiian song) composed by Queen Lili'uokalani. It is a tradition to welcome our guests.
Walk outside and learn about the two most beloved royalty of Hawai'i: Queen Lili'uokalani and Princess Ka'iulani. Your cultural guide will describe where they kept their homes in Waikk and discover through song and story why they loved their homes. Along the waking path, you will hear the stories behind the Hawaiian names of the streets and experience a hula (dance) special to that place. You will even hear the legend of the pueo (owl) associated with the nearby park.
This cultural and historical walk is about half a mile.