Site of a restaurant with 6 acres of bamboo groves, giant banyan trees, lily pond, thatched roof gazebos, and gardens. Can see Pali above. Being renovated at the moment. Popular for weddings. Private estate but public welcome.
Address: 46-336 Haiku Rd
Bus: 55 to Haiku Rd
Hours: Gardens always open
Address: 2131 Makiki Heights
Bus: Bus 55 to Ala mona Center then take bus 4 or 17 to Keeaumoku Nehoa get off, then walk back to Daimond head to the next street which should be Makiki. (This should be a 15 min walk).
Hours: 8am-4:30pm daily
27 acres of tropical rain forest, ferns and 60 different trees from around the world.
Address:1396 California Ave
Bus: Bus 52 (Going to Miliani) goes directly
Hours: Daily 9am-4pm
400 acres of Garden and Hiking trails and a 32 acre lake. Camping is allowed with permit.
Address:45-680 Luluku Road
Bus: Bus 55 or 56
Hours: Daily 9am-4pm
Approximately 4,000 tropical species of plants and trees. Near China town. Make reservations before you go. Guided tours available upon reservation.
Address:50 N Vineyard Blvd
(across from Zippy's)
Bus: Bus 55 near Queen Emma Gardens and walk towards N Vineyward Blvd (should be a few blocks away, walking distance).
Hours: Daily 9am-4 pm.
Price: $5 or $3 Kamaina, children under 9 $1
Address:3860 Manoa Road
Bus: 55 ala moana, go to kona and get 5 to intersection of Moana (walking distance
Phone: 988-0456 or 0464
Hours: Mon -Sat 9am-3pm (except holidays)
Price: Donation of $2.50 (not required)
Address:1401 Mahiole Street,
Bus: Bus 55 to Bishop St., walk to Hotel St. and get bus 12. Get off at intersection of Kaua and Funston.(Walking distance to park) or from Bishop street get the A or B bus express to Barentania and catch the 31 tripler bus to Moanalua Garden.
Located near the airport and Tripler Army Hospital , on the outskirts of urban Honolulu. This public park, privately owned and managed, offers a wide range of walks, treks, hikes and cultural experiences, displays, and presentation year-round.
Address: 1352 Pineapple Place Honolulu, HI 96819
Phone: (808) 839 5334
Conceived and built as a tourist attraction utilizing imported colorful birds. Restaurant, gift shop, tours, trained bird shows in lush tropical setting.
Address: 3737 Manoa Rd Honolulu, HI 96822
Phone: (808) 988 2141, 988 6686
725 acres of tropical fruits, flowering trees, and flowers at the foot of Koolau Mountains. Open daily. For more information call 2396775.