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The hiking trail at Diamond Head winds a few kilometres up the inside wall of the volcano to the 1,072m diameter crater, which if you're adventurous, can be climbed and boasts fantastic views from the top.
Diamond Head is part of the islands' volcanic range, a result of a 300,000 year old explosion responsible for landmarks such as Punchbowl crater, Koko head, Hanauma Bay, and Manana Island. The volcano can be seen as far as Eva Beach, Pearl Harbour and Hawaii Kai. Rent a car and self-drive the Chain of Craters Road, stop anywhere you like to see stunning landscapes, lava formations and pit craters. For a unique perspective, take a tour of Volcanoes National Park at twilight and learn everything you need to know about volcanoes and the surrounding habitat.
Kaena Point up on the Waianae Coast has plenty of hiking away from the Oahu crowds; you may even see a Hawaiian monk seal lazing out on the rocks. Another great hiking option can be found at the Waimea Canyon, known as 'The Grand Canyon of the Pacific.' Alternatively, walk around Magic Island at sunset and admire the rainbow-coloured sails of the boats in Ala Wai Harbour.
Hawaii Airport (HNL)
Flights from Australia to Hawaii will disembark at Honolulu International Airport.
Honolulu International Airport (HNL) is the main gateway to the State of Hawaii and is one of the busiest airports in the United States. The airport serves as the principal hub of Hawaiian Airlines, the largest Hawaii-based airline. Hawaiian offers flights between the various airports of the Hawaiian Islands.
Airport Accommodation: There are a number of hotels located in close proximity to Honolulu International Airport. Book your Hawaii Airport accommodation.
Getting to Hawaii
There are several airlines that offer flights to Hawaii from Australia. Direct flights from Sydney to Honolulu take nine hours and 45 minutes. Direct flights from Brisbane to Honolulu take nine hours and 15 minutes. Direct flights from Melbourne to Honolulu take 10 hours and 30 minutes. Flights from Perth via Sydney to Honolulu take around 15 hours and 30 minutes depending on the stopover.
Airlines that fly to Hawaii
Airlines that offer cheap flights to Hawaii from Australia include: