|Spectacular Panoramic Views （全景式風光）
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Gorgeous panoramic view of Honolulu, Diamond Head Volcanic Crater, Waikiki and the Hawaiian blue ocean as
viewed from the lofty vantage point of Scenic Overlook Platform in Puu Ualakaa State Park in Oahu, Hawaii. It is
1,048 feet above Waikiki on the mountain behind Honolulu. This lofty Scenic Lookout offers the best sweeping
vistas of Oahu's south shore. We had two extra days to tour the Island of Oahu after the Hawaii Island Cruise
ended on Saturday August 25, 2012. On Sunday, August 26, we drove the rental car up on the winding, zig-zag
RoundTop Drive in Honolulu to reach this state park and the fantastic viewing platform. Puu Ualakaa State Park is
at the end of Nutridge Street which is off RoundTop Dr. in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Map: Click here for interactive Google Map showing location of Puu Ualakaa State Park on the mountain in
Panoramic view of inside of Diamond Head Crater and Honolulu mountains as viewed from the viewing
platform on the top of Diamond Head Crater in Honolulu, Hawaii.
Breathtaking views of Oahu’s lush and exotic Windward Coast (North Shore) from Nuuanu Pali
Lookout on the 2,000-foot high Pali (cliff). This is just a 5-mile drive on Pali Highway (Highway 61)
northeast of downtown Honolulu, Oahu, Hawaii. You’ll see the city disappear and the tranquil beauty
of Hawaii’s natural landscape emerge. Perched over 2000-foot sheer Koolau cliffs above the Oahu
coastline amid mountain peaks shrouded by clouds, Nuuanu Pali Lookout is one of Oahu’s best scenic
points. “Pali” in Hawaiian means ‘cliff’.
Gorgeous jagged mountain ridges visible from beautiful beach parks, valleys, bays and highways on the
Windward Coast (North Shore) of Oahu, Hawaii.
A panoramic view of the Kīlauea summit volcanic caldera/crater in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park on the
Big Island of Hawaii. Kīlauea has a large summit caldera, measuring 2 by 2 mi with walls (caldera rim) up
to 400 ft high. The caldera wall is breached by lava flows on the southwestern side. This caldera is at
about 4,000 feet of elevation. A major feature within the caldera is Halemaumau Crater, a large circular pit
crater and one of Kīlauea's most historically active eruption centers. The crater is approximately 3,018 ft in
diameter and 279 ft deep. This smoking Halemaumau Crater is emitting white smoke plume (sulphur
dioxide) at the far end of this picture. When we drove from the Kilauea Visitor Center onto the Crater Rim
Drive in counter-clockwise direction, this is the first Lookout, near the Steam Vents area, for visitor to enjoy
the panoramic view of the Kilauea Caldera.
Kilauea is active volcano located in the south eastern part of the Big Island of Hawaii. It is the youngest
among the five volcanoes that form the Big Island of Hawaii. Mount Kilauea frequently pours out lava and
hence is named so. In the Hawaiian language, the word, 'Kilauea' means "spewing" or 'much spreading'.
Kīlauea ranks among the world's most active volcanoes and may even top the list. Kīlauea is visited by
millions of tourists each year, making it the most visited attraction in Hawaii and the most visited volcano in
Panoramic view of the deep canyon in Waimea Canyon in western part of Island of Kauai, Hawaii.