Hanauma (; Hawaiian: [həˈnɔumə])
is a marine embayment formed within a tuff ring and located along the southeast coast of the Island of Oʻahu in the Hawaii Kai neighborhood of East Honolulu, in the Hawaiian Islands. Hanauma is one of the most popular tourist destinations on the Island and has suffered somewhat from overtourism. At one time, this popular tourist destination accommodated over three million visitors per year. In 1956, dynamite was used to clear portions of the reef to make room for telephone cables linking Hawaii to the west coast of the US.
|Koko Head District Park (0.5 miles)|
Koko Crater Stairs (1.1 miles)
Pele's Chair (3.3 miles)
Kaiwi State Scenic Shoreline (3.6 miles)
Makapuʻu Point Light (3.6 miles)
|Makapuu Beach (3.6 miles)|
Diamond Head, Hawaii (7.1 miles)
Pearl Harbor National Memorial (17 miles)
ʻEhukai Pillbox Hike (35.4 miles)
'Ehukai Beach Park (35.5 miles)
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Hanauma Bay, 7455 Kalanianaʻole Hwy
Honolulu, Hawaii 96825
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