Where is Kuhio Beach Park located
Kuhio Beach Park is a beautiful and popular spot on the coast of Waikiki, located between the Sheraton Moana Surfrider Hotel and Kapahulu. Not only is Kuhio Beach Park home to some of the best swimming and surfing spots in the area, but it also boasts a number of iconic monuments and landmarks. The most prominent of these is undoubtedly the Prince Kuhio Statue, a monument dedicated to Hawaii’s beloved Prince Jonah Kuhio Kalanianaole. Just a short walk down Kuhio Beach Park brings you to another iconic landmark: the Duke Kahanamoku Statue, an homage to one of Hawaii’s most famous athletes. And if you head just a bit further east along Kuhio Beach Park, you’ll stumble upon the Stones of Kapaemahu, three giant rock pillars that have stood sentinel over Kuhio Beach for decades. Whether you’re looking for an exhilarating day at the beach or simply want to savor some Hawaiian history, Kuhio Beach Park has something for everyone!
Are there any events or fun things to do
When visiting Waikiki make it point to jog or walk along the path fronting Waikiki beach all the way to Kapiolani Park and the Waikiki Aquarium. Great way to relax and take in the scenery. In the evenings, Tuesday, Thursday & Saturdays there is an authentic Hawai‘ian music and hula shows by Hawaii’s finest hālau hula (dance troupes) which is free to the public at the Kūhiō Beach Hula mound on Kalākaua Ave near Uluniu Avenue across from the Hyatt Regency Waikiki.