Photo By Peter Watts
Honolulu from Punchbowl Crater Lookout

Honolulu from Punchbowl Crater Lookout - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT

Panorama looking east over Waikiki and Honolulu from the top of Punchbowl Crater. This picture was taken in spring 2008.

Honolulu from Punchbowl Crater Lookout - FURTHER INFORMATION

Honolulu from Punchbowl Crater Lookout - Oahu visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Honolulu from Punchbowl Crater Lookout' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Hawaii.

Punchbowl Crater is an extinct volcanic tuff cone in downtown Honolulu on Oahu. Formed between 75,000 and 100,000 years ago, Punchbowl Crater now houses the National Memorial Cemetery of the Pacific. This is now one of the most popular attractions in Hawaii. The view in this panorama was taken from the lookout and viewpoint on the southwest rim of the crater and shows a view over Honolulu towards Waikiki and Diamond Head. To the north is the western flank of the Ko'olau Range.


The National Memorial Cemetery Of The Pacific
& The Honolulu Memorial
2177 Puowaina Drive, Honolulu, Hawaii 96813


From 3692 take Hwy 1 west and the the 61 (Pali) Hwy north and follow signs onto Auwaiolumi Street and then Puowaina Drive.

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