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We were able to see the splashing water a few times on our visit as it was quite wavy that day. The views from this area are incredible. I would highly recommend visiting Sandy Beach right down the road to watch some big waves.
The Kamehameha Hwy takes you around the southern tip of Oahu up to the North shore. Along the way there are numerous stopping points with limited parking. Halona Point is one of those must stop places in hopes of catching the Blowhole. The wave action...More
To really get the full effect of the blowhole you need the right conditions. The tide needs to be up and the wind and waves need to be up as well for it to really blow. However the view is great and there is a...More
While it's based on the direction and strength of the waves, this was an quick fun stop that didn't disappoint. We ended up going twice and the second time got some bigger geysers for lack of a better word. You can also see the Amelia...More
Halona Blowhole is a lovely stop on the coastal highway near Makapuu Lighthouse. The lookout has been nicely built but the parking lot could be crowded sometimes. The blow hole action could be hit or miss depending on the wave action. But the scenic view...More
Yet another great quick stop along the coastal trip. Parking can be full but people come and go fairly consistently and you shouldn't have to wait more then a few minutes to get a spot.
It may take you a few minutes to actually see...More