Here are a few places President Obama has visited on his trips back to Oahu: Activities Pearl Harbor - Chief historian Daniel A.
Martinez gave the Obama family a tour of the USS Arizona Memorial.
Its peak stands 8,271 feet (2,521 m) above sea level.
Hualālai is estimated to have risen above sea level about 300,000 years ago.
Hanauma Bay – Located on the southeast coast of Oahu, this Marine Life Conservation District is Oahu’s most popular snorkeling destination.
This is also near Sandy Beach, one of President Obama’s favorite beaches growing up, as well as the Halona Blowhole, near the area where his mother’s ashes were scattered.
Kamaaina: Local at Heart The Hawaiian word kamaaina means someone who is native born or who has lived in Hawaii for some time.
When Barack Obama returns to Hawaii with his family, he comes as a kamaaina, a local who knows where to go, where to eat and what to do.
Golf on Oahu – President Obama has played rounds at Olomana Golf Links and Royal Hawaiian Country Club.
Hualālai's structure is denoted by three rift zones: a well-developed one approximately 50° to the northwest, a moderately developed one to the southeast, and a poorly developed one trending northwards about 3 mi (5 km) east of the summit.
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Despite maintaining a very low level of activity since its last eruption in 1801, Hualālai is still considered active, and is expected to erupt again some time within the next century.
The relative unpreparedness of the residents in the area caused by the lull in activity would worsen the consequences of such an event.