Boca Hawaii 30k

Boca Hawaii 30k

Sun, 22 Oct 2023 · 5am · Kapiolani Park

Race day info


Tune up your run, with a race-condition practice over most of the last 18 miles of the marathon course. The course starts on Kalakaua towards Waikiki and quickly turns right onto Monsarrat Avenue, between the Honolulu Zoo and the Waikiki Shell. Runners turn right onto Paki Avenue which threads around Kapiolani Park. As the course nears Diamond Head, there are some short, uphill grades and breathtaking views of Oahu’s east coastline. The route circles the crater to the left on Diamond Head Road, then turns right onto 18th Avenue. The race turns right onto Kilauea Avenue at mile 4, passing through residential and commercial areas of Kahala then merges into Kalanianaole Highway. The coastal route continues for four miles through the communities of Waialae Iki, Aina Haina, and Niu Valley to Maunalua Bay Beach Park. The course U-turns at the park back onto Kalanianiole Highway. For the next four miles, runners double back along Kalanianaole Highway passing Kawaikui and Wailupe beach parks. At mile 15, the course turns left onto Kealaolu Avenue along the Waialae Country Club. At the road’s end, the route turns right onto Kahala Avenue which merges into Diamond Head Road at mile 17, curving back around Diamond Head crater, passing Diamond Head Lighthouse. At the tip of Kapiolani Park, runners fork onto Kalakaua Avenue. The last stretch of the race runs along the park past Sans Souci Beach and the Waikiki Aquarium to the Finish Line near the Kapiolani Park Bandstand.

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Registration & fees

Early Entry

April until Sep 3


Regular Entry

until Oct 1


Late Entry

until Oct 20

$80 – at packet pick up, cash only

Race Day

Oct 22

$90 – at race morning booth, cash only

Event Schedule

Oct 20, 12pm – 6pm

Packet pick-up @ Boca Hawaii

Oct 21, 12pm – 5pm

Packet pick-up @ Boca Hawaii

Oct 22, 5am

Race start @ Kapiolani Park

Location & parking

Kapiolani Park Bandstand

Parking is available anywhere around the park as long as there are no signs indicating otherwise.