One of Hawaii’s most recognizable landmarks, Diamond Head State Monument is a breathtaking sight witnessed from land, sea, or air. Founded on 475 acres across a 300,000 year-old volcanic crater, the summit at Diamond Head crater is a short, steep hike out of Honolulu and into the clouds. With unparalleled views of Oahu’s shoreline, Diamond Head is the perfect destination for anyone looking for adventure.
Due to COVID-19, Diamond Head State Monument is temporarily closed. We will keep you posted on reopening day.
Park Service Tours
Coming to Visit?
Diamond Head State Monument is open to the public, 6:00am to 6:00pm, seven days a week, year-round including holidays. Last tour offered at 2:00pm and last chance to hike the trail without a tour is at 4:30pm.
Located at the beginning of the hiking trail within the Diamond Head Crater is the Visitor Center that’s open from 7:00am to 3:30pm daily. At the Visitor Center, you can check-in for your official Diamond Head Tour and purchase exclusive Diamond Head logo merchandise.
Diamond Head Crater entrance fees are $5 for those with cars or $1 per pedestrian. Entrance fees for commercial vehicles are $10 for cars and vans, $20 for mini buses, and $40 for buses.