There are two scenic views around this coastline Lanai Lookout and this Halona Blowhole. Both have amazing views and worth the stop to take pictures. It's a breath taking scenic. Limited parking.
About Halona Blowhole
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This was a stop on the day trip we booked. At first glance it is amazing. We stayed here for about an hour but never saw any "blow hole" action. I was really looking forward to it but despite no action, this place is just...More
The day I stopped to see the Halona Blowhole it took me about 5 minutes to actually figure out where the blowhole was. It was barely puffing (right word?) any water up into the air. I was very disappointed. Everyone talked about what a great...More
This was an amazing swimming hole. It was near Makapu'u Lighthouse hiking trail. Both are must dos. The way the rocks are positioned, it forms a natural wave pool, but twice the fun. As the tide receded, the current was a bit strong that day....More
OK, so the blowhole itself isn't like Old Faithful, but the area itself is a site to behold. Waves crashing on rocks. A swimming hole. The only reason I didn't hike down was b/c my wife didn't let me, but I could have stared out...More
After a wonderful visit to Hanauma Bay Preserve, we ventured east to see the Halona Blowhole. This scenic spot is a Not-to-miss location while on Oahu. The blowhole is best screen during high tide, where as the water comes into the cliff, you'll witness the...More
Nice bit of coastline and when you pull off here the main feature is a blow hole. Car park can be full when busy and lots of buses.
This is just off the road so very easy to get to. It's really neat to see the blowhole in action. There is also a small beach if you want to brave climbing down the rocks, or you can just look at the beach from...More
If your itinerary takes you by here, stop off and take a few minutes to snap a few pictures and just enjoy the natural scenery.