Many tourists find the breathtaking view from the shoreline below rewarding for the difficult uphill climb. You should bring water and sturdy shoes if you plan to make the trek.
The memorial was built in 1962 and is visited annually by more than 2 million people. The National Park Service operates the USS Arizona Memorial Visitor Center.
There are more than 350 shops that offer a variety of products including souvenirs, clothing, and specialty products. There are many food vendors and live music making it possible to spend the entire day there.
The Aotearoa Village offers games and dances using poi balls. The Samoa Village has natives scaling 40-foot coconut trees in their bare feet.
The Zoo is also home to many endangered species, including the Komodo dragon, the Sumatran tiger, and the Palawan peacock pheasant.
The Lyon Arboretum, a botanical garden on 194 acres in a rain forest, houses a collection more than 5,000 tropical plants. It boasts one of the most extensive collections of palms in a botanical gardens and has many themed gardens.