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I expected a little more from this garden but we drove most of the way through and were not sure where the main reception area was. The scenery was awesome with a great variety of plants/trees. Only took a photo just as we entered but...More
We thought to stop by the botanical garden to check out the garden. They have various birds on site along with the geese. But what’s interesting is the plants/trees planted and the use of what each plant/tree is used for. I would say that if...More
After hearing that you could get in a side gate for a picture of the front, we thought we would stop. We ran a little late, and weren't able to catch a good shot, but if you drive all the way to where the power...More
If you are looking for gardens that are collection of various species clearly identified, labeled with information about the plants, and this is not a place to go. There are several areas with plantings a different tropical tropical species from various parts of the world,...More
This is a 400 acre botanical garden with easy walking paths and large grassy areas. There is a visitors center, a covered picnic area and rest rooms. On the weekend there is camping and "catch and release" fishing.
I discovered this place from an Instagram post. You can almost forget you are on Oahu. This place reminded me Kauai - beautiful mountain range and lush green. You need a car to get there, but no entry fee. Well worth a visit to get...More
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Ho'omaluhia Botanical Gardens is tucked in a residential neighborhood. You can take a taxi or Uber or Lyft or TheBus (~a mile walk uphill from the nearest bus stop to the entrance). "Must-see" breath-taking view of the... More
Ho'omaluhia Botanical Gardens is tucked in a residential neighborhood. You can take a taxi or Uber or Lyft or TheBus (~a mile walk uphill from the nearest bus stop to the entrance). "Must-see" breath-taking view of the Koolau mountain range from the entrance and awesome view of Olomana, etc from a hill-point pass the Visitors Center. There's also a nice path w/ various plants & flowers from the Center to the lake. ENJOY your stroll/hike thru the Gardens. ALOHA!