by ALOHA DEAN
Called Lae'ahi (brow of the yellowfin tuna) by Hawaiians, this world famous landmark got its modern name in 1825 when the British sailors thought olivine crystals found on its slopes were diamonds. You may climb a steep stairway to the 760-foot rim of the Diamond Head. Take along a flashlight for the 40 minute walk which takes you through the dark tunnels.
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