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Hard to find - g***le maps thinks it is on the road by the beach park. It isn’t! Access is via Pupukea Road, further NE.
There’s not much to see, (just the walls really), but do visit to see a little of the historical culture...More
This was the second heiau we visited on O’ahu, and this was much bigger and better than the one near Kailua. The view from the top overlooking Waimea Bay is fabulous, and the history of the heiau is interesting. The road going up is a...More
We opted to hike the 7 miles up to the top, rather than drive & walk around the monument. There is a view point that shows a spectacular view of Waimea Bay State Park below & just the beauty of the foliage & hills. Also,...More
Found this hidden gem while following the gypsy driving tour! So glad we went to see it because the views are incredible! Thoroughly enjoyed the views which consist of the beach, Waimea valley and the surrounding hills. Just beautiful.
Loved visiting this spiritual place however as we arrived a local was feeding some wild pigs from their car. After they were done, the pigs disappeared into the tall grass. We left our car in the parking area and headed out along the path to...More
If you are not looking for this place you will not find it. Using the Gypsy guide app. (Excellent app) you take a beautiful drive through a very winding road all the way up to the top of the mountain. There are chickens all over...More
It will not be a waste of your time. It's free and has handicapped parking! We got to see a stampede of chickens! The hill doesn't have public restrooms. There is a spot were Locals visit snd leave gifts such as fruits of all kinds...More
A place of refuge for the locals before the British arrived. The site is still sacred to the locals as evidenced by the food offerings left at the upper end of the ruins. Several mongoose from the forest were having a great feast when we...More