There are a little more names here now! What Diamond Head Lookout, Tantalus Lookout, Round Top Forest Reserve and so on? It's one of my favorite places on Oahu Island! Ualakaa Overlook, located in Puu Ualakaa State Park on Tantalus, Honolulu, Oahu Island, Hawaii, is an excellent place to overlook Honolulu without hiking or driving. Ualakaa Overlook is one of the most frequently visited and favorite places in Hawaii. It not only overlooks Waikikiki, Diamond Head, Manoa Valley, Downtown and Honolulu International Airport not far away, but also the Waianae Mountains in Western Oahu. In the evening, it will also be an excellent sunset viewing place, but the parking space near the viewing platform will be very tense at this time. It is suggested that the car be parked in the parking lot of the public toilet and then go on foot to the scenic spot. But no matter where you park your car, you should never put valuables or suspected valuables on your car. Everywhere on Tantalus is a high-incidence area for stealing property by smashing windows. Because Puu Ualakaa State Park closes the gate at Nutridge Street (18:45 in winter and 19:45 in summer) after sunset, the roadside of Round Top Dr 2900-3198 on the mountainside is a scenic spot to watch Honolululu's night scenery, with Japanese tourists all over the country at night. It's also a great experience to have a picnic in Puu Ualakaa State Park with food. There are many hiking routes to explore on the mountain.
Also known as Mount Tantalus, the view of Diamond Head, Honolulu, and the rest of Oahu is outstanding!
a must see! spectacular view of our famous Honolulu City!!!
Amazing view even with a storm coming...
This park is on Mount Tantalus it's a wonderful area to view the Honolulu city from above. The road up the mountain is a bit windy, but once you're up there, you'll see a great panoramic view of both the ocean and the city. It's definitely a nice place for a photo opp. There is also a 1-mile hiking trail up there as well. The city view is great in both the daytime and the nighttime but if you're there in the evening, be sure to leave before closing time.
Amazing views of the city!
There is a viewing platform in Puu Ualakaa State Park. The Varaka viewing platform is the best place to see the sunset in Honolulu and the beautiful night scenery in Waikikiki. It can drive directly to the top of the mountain. It's very convenient. It's windy on the top of the mountain. Remember to wear more clothes.