One of the best cities for walking is Honolulu, with Waikiki being the highlight. You’ll find giant statues, huge koi ponds, penguins, incredible artwork, and fireworks. They used to have miniature golf, but the giants made them move, and that’s just one of the places you’ll see on the Hilton Hawaiian Waikiki Walking Tour. town spa.
Waikiki sometime every day enjoys perfect weather for walking, some days early in the morning, in winter in the midday sun, or if you want to see the fireworks on Friday nights, the nights are almost always perfect , basically what you expect. for paradise.
The degree of difficulty is very easy! You’ll find drinking water taps in many places on the hike, and if you get tired, you can always walk a couple of blocks and catch a Waikiki cab or bus to anywhere in Waikiki or Honolulu. This walking tour is basically flat with most of the walk on sidewalks with very few streets to cross considering you are in the middle of the 14th largest city in the US As a treat please bring your bathing suit and you will be able to take a shower in several places after swimming in the perfect temperature of the Hawaiian ocean water.
Bring a hat and sunscreen which is not needed at night. The only danger you’re likely to encounter is a mischievous local giving directions that start with something like this “go to the ABC store “bra” and turn left until you reach the white Out Rigger hotel “bra” “da kind”, then turn right two blocks to “da kind” ABC Store at the white hotel Out Rigger “garens bra””
Honolulu is on the Hawaiian island of Oahu, Waikiki is a suburb of Honolulu. Waikiki basically encompasses everything within the Ali Wai Channel with Diamondhead and the Pacific Ocean making up the other borders.
To start the tour you can start walking from the ocean at the beginning of Ali Wai where it empties into the ocean and walk towards Diamondhead, when you reach Kapiolani Ave turn right towards the fire station then follow the outskirts of the park Kapiolani veering to the left; At the other end of the ocean from Kapiolani, just after you’ve walked under Diamondhead where the tennis courts and archery range are, you’ll come to a junction, turn right and follow the ocean and you’ll come back to your point. For a bonus, walk 1 more block and you’ll be at the world’s largest open-air mall, Ala Moana.
You’re probably a little tired after your walk and deserve a cool treat like an ice cream cone at Dave’s ice cream parlor in the Ala Manoa mall and let’s reflect a bit on what you’ve seen. Starting at the Ala Wai Canal on the left, you have the beautiful Manoa Valley with the Waikiki skyline on the right, past the fire station, past Diamondhead which has a great hike of its own, through Kapiolani Park, one of the best city parks in the world, beyond the aquarium, the zoo and all the beaches of Waikiki. She’s been through world-class stores with names like Neiman Marcus, Prada, DKNY and Tommy Hilfiger, she’s browsed every 5-star luxury hotel in Waikiki, she’s been through the war museum at Fort DeRussy, she’s walked into the Hilton Hawaiian Village and has arrived at Ali Wai Boat Harbor. , man we saw award, “Dave, make it a double!”