Honokane Nui

Thinking of hiking really off the beaten path? Then this trail is a must do! Deep, lush valley with amazing views and lots of wildlife.

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  • Waipio Valley Lookout

    Waipio Valley Lookout

    Drive to the rim to admire the breath-taking views of the sacred valley where King Kamehameha I grew up.

  • Hillawe Falls

    Hillawe Falls

    The tallest Hawaiian waterfall flows through the path formed by hot lava. Easily accessible by 15 minutes walk from the road.

  • Mookini Heiau, Hawi

    Mookini Heiau

    Serene site where important sacrifices and rituals used to take place. More than 1500 years old and still very powerful.

  • King Kamehameha Statue, Hawi

    King Kamehameha Statue

    The beautiful and solemn brass sculpture commemorates the nearly legendary life of the king who united Hawaiian islands.

  • Lapakahi State Historical Park

    Lapakahi State Historical Park

    This park preserves an ancient Hawaiian village. Wander along the ruins and cottages to learn more about the former way of life.

  • Waimanu Valley

    Waimanu Valley

    Being unaccessible by automobile, this paradise-like valley is wonderfully secluded and unspoilt by human presence.

  • Hawi, Hawi


    Small tourist town where you can find enjoyment and inspiration (and many shopping opportunities). Home to charming art galleries.

  • Kahua Ranch

    Kahua Ranch

    Traditional ranch with a spectacular setting. Come here for a horse ride or just to see how such a ranch looks like.

  • Puukohola Heiau

    Puukohola Heiau

    Visit these ruins of major Hawaiian temple built by Kamehameha I. Unique site with a great ambiance.

  • Niuli Cemetery

    Niuli Cemetery

    Small and rather rundown cemetery. You won't be sorry for stopping by on your way to Polulu Valley though – it has a special, quaint charm.

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