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“Waikahaulu Falls”

Lili'uokalani Botanical Garden
Ranked #209 of 331 things to do in Honolulu
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Owner description: Located along a stream and waterfalls, this garden exhibits many native Hawaiian plants.
Reviewed May 7, 2012

Kid time we use to spend each summer day at the falls, a favorite swimming hole. I don't think you can now swim there though for fear of getting ill due to the polluted water. But don't let this scare you for here is a pristine garden in the heart of Downtown Honolulu.

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Reviewed November 1, 2011

This attraction is so beautiful. I had not walked far when I came upon a friendly peacock who did not mind having his picture taken. The gardens are a perfect stroll with the trees and fauna labeled in case you are interested. The best part is the waterfall at the end of the road that has a pond you can swim in. That was so much fun. I felt like a kid again. There are lifeguards on duty and a cabana where you can change. Don't just stand there and look or sit on the benches. Take the opportunity to do something that you have not been done before.

3  Thank 01patsy
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Reviewed June 25, 2006

We had our wedding here, and it was beautiful. I was surprised how quiet and secluded it was even though in the middle of the city! It's like a secret little world in there.

5  Thank Carlie N
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Reviewed January 14, 2004

The park is small, but is an unexpected oasis in the middle of the city. It's a nice, shady place to take an afternoon break, with a small natural waterfall and a variety of local flora.

6  Thank LisaT1969
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Reviewed January 27, 2016
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