After first rolling out Street View imagery in Google Maps for Hawaii back in March, Google is today adding more imagery for Oahu’s most popular hiking trails, parks, historical sites and beaches.

See 360-degree views of Oahu’s most amazing locations, including Waikiki Beach, Makapuu Lighthouse Trail, Sunset Beach, Byodo-In Temple, and many more. Whether it’s gauging the terrain of a hike or virtually exploring some of the world’s best beaches, the natural beauty of Hawaii is now at your fingertips.

Google notes that it collected the imagery with help from the Hawaii Visitors and Convention Bureau as part of the Street View Trekker Loan Program. It also highlighted a few of the new locations included in today’s roll out: Waikiki BeachMakapuu Lighthouse TrailSunset Beach, and Byodo-In Temple. More highlights of the new Hawaii imagery are available in a Street View collection here.


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