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Discover the third largest visitor attraction on Oahu at the Diamond Head State Monument. For decades, visitors have hiked to the summit of Diamond Head to enjoy the view of Oahu's southeastern shoreline from Koko Head to Waianae. This popular historical trail offers a fund and memorable Hawaiian adventure for the entire family.
Audio Tour available in English and Japanese.
Ali'i Package - Perfect for Couples: also includes two State of Hawaii's official "I Hiked Diamond Head" certificates.
Diamond Package - Best Seller: also includes two State of Hawaii's official "I Hiked Diamond Head" certificates and one official "I Hiked Diamond Head" T-shirt (1 shirt, available in medium, large and XL sizes only).
Transportation to and from Diamond Head Visitor Center; $1 entrance fee or a $5.00 per car entrance fee to get into the Diamond Head crater.
Hours of operation
Available: Daily; Diamond Head State Monument is open 6:00am - 6:00pm, last hike is at 4:00pm. The best time to visit is between 1:00am - 4:00pm.
Diamond Head Visitor Center is open from 7:00am to 3:30pm.
Please allow approximately two hours for the hike.
Diamond Head Visitor Center address: Diamond Head Road at 18th Avenue, Honolulu Hawaii 96815; located in the Diamond Head crater, at the beginning of the hiking trail to the summit.
This moderately difficult hike is 1.6 miles round-trip.
The trail follows steep and uneven terrain, please wear appropriate footwear.
Dress appropriately for hiking in warm weather. The weather inside the crater is usually hot; a hat, sunscreen and water is recommended.
Diamond Head hike is not accessible for handicap individuals.
There is a $1 entrance fee or a $5.00 per car entrance fee to get into the Diamond Head crater.
Parking is limited, especially during peak hours from 6:00am - 12:30pm.
**All information requested must be supplied or booking is subject to automatic cancellation**