Oahu's Gardens & Botanical Attractions
It's no secret that Hawaii is a lush land of floral and plant life. You can learn more at any of these beautiful settings.
Foster Botanical Gardens
On the edge of Downtown Honolulu, covering 15 acres of vast lawns, exotic flora and stately trees. Guided tours are offered daily and the Chinese Kwan Yin Temple is located just outside.
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Nestled in Manoa Valley on 194 acres, maintaining a world-renowned collection of more than 5,000 tropical plant species. An active academic resource offering two guided tours weekly and regular classes.
Oahu's Windward botanical garden is actually a 400 acre natural preserve. Be awed by trees and shrubs from tropical locations worldwide as you enjoy the free two hour nature hikes and camping (on weekends only).
Senator Fongs Plantation & Gardens
What do you do if you're a retired U.S. Senator? Well, if you're Senator Hiram Fong, you turn 725 glorious acres into a dream garden and share it with others! Guided tram tours available daily around the gardens.
Wahiawa Botanical Gardens
If you're in Central Oahu, stop by Wahiawa Botanical Gardens where 26 acres of exotic trees, ferns and flowers await.