Here is a selection of the most recent reviews of the Diamond Head Crater Sunrise Small Group Adventure submitted by actual travelers. Read what travelers liked, what they loved, and what they thought could be improved.
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The hike was fun.The views were breathtaking. I was nervous but our guide Charlie was patient , knowledgeable and good dude.
The sun rising a must see.
This was an amazing tour to Diamond Head Crater. The guide shared his wealth of local knowledge with the group creating a memorable experience. I would highly recommend this Adventure as a must do.Reviewed by: MAREE W, October 2013
A great experience to hike up this landmark. Once there the views are spectacular. Well worth the effort. The tour guide was informative and funny with some humor. Really made it a must do excursion.Reviewed by: Mr Cameron I G, October 2013
We got up very early to do this tour but it was worth the effort. The view from the top was amazing and our guide was very knowledgable telling us all about the history of the area and the different foliage that grows there. The actual hike itself was quite easy and we stopped a couple of times for a rest on the way up. Just the last little bit was a bit of an effort but we all made it!!Reviewed by: Craig B, October 2013
This tour was disappointing, but I think was mostly incidental to something outside our tour's control. We were picked up about 6:30am after being told to be at a nearby hotel at 5:50am (scheduling problems?) From reading previous reviews, we didn't expect to see sunrise, but we weren't actually on the trail until 7am. Our bus had a fender-bender with an incorrectly parked car when trying to back into a slot that was too tight in the parking lot. He seemed to be parked fine in the space next to it, but the bus next to him made him move (not enough space for his returning passengers to get in?) As we were ready to start on the trail he found the owner of the car he hit, so he stayed behind to take care of the unfortunate business. He was going to try to catch up with the group on the trail, but we never saw him again until we were back at the bottom at the prearranged time. He had previously told us what to expect during the hike, but was unavailable for any trail narration. Since we were staying in Waikiki, we could have taken the city bus to the area, paid the park entry fee, and done as well on our own. I'm sure we'd have had a different experience if the hike would have been guided.Reviewed by: nancy f, October 2013