The views from the top of Koko Crater are second to none and are far superior to the nearby and more famous neighbour of Diamond Head.
However, the climb is not for the faint-hearted. It is along an old military railway line up the side of the crater. The climb is almost vertical in places and is extremely hard work especially in the heat.
Take plenty of water, eat lots of carbs before you go and don't forget your camera!
Bus number #22 stops opposite. Get off the bus just before Hanauma bay (except on a Tuesday).
Nearby Hawaii Kai is at the bottom so you can get a (well deserved) coffee or meal once you get back down.
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