Sorry - I do not believe this is a Hale Koa tree, this is a Banyon tree as evidenced by the roots hanging down. The Hale Koa is more like a tall bush.
You're right. it IS a Banyon tree.
However, Cynthia is right... This is THE TREE AT THE HALE KOA (the military resort in Waikiki)
The tree's name is Gus.
LOL I'm sorry, I didn't realize that I had caused confusion with my title. As previously posted, yes, this is a babyan tree, but the tree is located at the Hale Koa hotel on Waikiki beach. That's why I titled the photo Hale Koa tree. It's lovely at night. The roots are wrapped with trinkling white lights and the tree is all lit up.
Sorry, I meant to say, yes this is a BANYAN tree. Apparently I cannot type today.
Yeah i went there with my friend. we liked looking for birds in that tree. it is right next to those gift shops.
his name is Gus.
Yes,the tree's name is GUS,It is a BANYON tree.I have stayed at the Military Hotel (The Hale Koa),many times.Righr behind GUS,is the P.X,COFFEE SHOP,. ALOHA
This tree is known by the name of GUS.
Oh i see. Its actually bigger in person.
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