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At the south end of Lana'i and after a bumpy Jeep road, this place dates back to the late 1700s and King Kamehameha I. Great ruin site as well as petroglyphs and lookout points. Wear sturdy shoes and drink water as it can be hot...More
Visit the archeological site of an ancient hawaiian village and a gorgeous photographic opportunity. Not really swimmable, however you'll see locals fishing and scuba diving. The road to this site is very rough it some areas and requires a four-wheel drive vehicle.
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On February 10 while visiting Lanai, my husband and I asked a local where the best place was to watch the sunset. He suggested Kaunolu, a former village on the southwestern tip of Lanai. We had a AAA map of Hawaii and it clearly marked...More
Regarding the activities our one biggest highlight was exploring Kaunalu area for a day. This is accessible only by 4x4, and when we went the road was in very good shape. I recommend checking with the Jeep rental people on the current status, as this...More
July, 2006 Kaunolu and Halulu Heiau are really the same thing, since the latter is part of the former, across a ravine. This is a non-maintained attraction, and the sole car rental company on the island expressly forbids driving even their 4 wheel vehicles there,...More