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so you've seen Waimea Canyon and done a Napali Coast cruise, well, read up a bit on your history and come and see the Menehune Ditch. I won't go into the history of it here -I followed the Shaka app driving tour, as other posters...More
Followed our Shaka driving tour app to this spot. I like history and folklore so I was curious to see the remnants of the irrigation ditch engineered by the first Hawaiians. The attraction is a 2 foot plaque above the ditch.
It’s a mere five...More
This needs more information to locate. No signs indicating a historical land mark from the main highway. We couldn’t find it using two different app maps and searching by all the names, Menehune ditch, Kiki a Ola and Peekauai ditch. Drove up and down Menehune...More
Another legendary place to visit! It's off the beaten track, not much parking but it can be had. The legendary stories of the 'Menehunes' are quite something to look into... their accomplishments rival those of the early Egyptians, Aztecs and others, especially when one looks...More
An interesting stop, but really not that great. The drive is through what appears to be a lower income area, and there is really hardly any parking. There is a historical marker with some interesting info, a swinging bridge like the one in Hanapepe and...More
Of the beaten path and once you get there, there is not much parking. The "Ditch is an ancient aqueduct that appears to go through the mountain. There is a marker indicating its historic significance, but not much more to see. There is also a...More
I remember trying hard to find my way to the Bridge, and you drive through a lot of lower income housing areas, where people have tarps and broken down cars scattered about. The area itself wasn't as picturesque or impressive as I thought it would...More
Arrived there after seeing the Hanapepe swinging bridge not too far away. This is in a more remote area that is not very touristic. The ditch itself is not really attractive. The bridge next to it is cool but my wife thought it did not...More