Hilo, Hawaii, US
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Approximately 6 Hours
The Hilo Walk of Fame is comprised of a series of banyan trees planted by celebrities. You'll drive through this leafy labyrinth en route to Liliuokalani Gardens. The latter is the most extensive ornamental Japanese garden outside of Japan.
View one of Hawaii's most important statues of King Kamehameha -- the man who unified the islands into a kingdom.
Enjoy expert commentary from your guide as you pass through the town of Hilo to Wailuku State Park. This is where you will find picturesque Rainbow Falls.
Continue to the majestic Akaka State Park, where two gorgeous waterfalls tumble into an eroded gorge. The first is the 100-foot Kahuna Falls, and the second is the towering Akaka Falls, which plummets 422 feet down the cliff.
Take in the brilliant colors and tranquil surroundings at the Pana’ewa Zoo and Gardens. More than 100 varieties of palms, orchids, tropical rhododendrons, flowering and fruit trees, as well as birds and animals, are on display., Take a seat and enjoy a boxed lunch on the grounds of this tropical paradise.
Wear sturdy non-skid walking shoes.