At Halona Blowhole, watch the sea water shooting up to 9 m (30 ft) into the air from a molten underwater lava tube. Created thousands of years ago and surrounded by steep, sharp and slippery sea cliffs, the blowhole is one of Oahu's natural wonders and a must-stop scenic spot on southeastern shore of the island. The blowhole is best observed from the safe distance of the lookout point when the waves are high. Work out when and for how long to visit Halona Blowhole and other Hawaii Kai attractions using our handy Hawaii Kai planner.
Halona Blowhole reviews
Amazing View. Very relaxing to watch the waves come in and shoot out. The back drop also has some surfers in the waves. Follow the signs and do not cross the barrier. more »
This was my second favorite part of Oahu. The waves will knock a grown man off his feet. I went in the summer. This is beautiful, but do not underestimate Mother Nature. Really watch your kids if... more »
It does not look that great on Google Maps, but I loved it here. Spacious lookout and impressive to see the waves crashing here and the surrounding beaches and hills.
Beautiful place to stop and visit. Very busy. Gates/fences so you can't really go down to the water.
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