Just watch where all the tour buses are turning off to find this one. Here, ocean waves surge through a submerged tunnel in the rock and...
As you drive east, make sure to keep your eyes toward the ocean. At the highest point, on a sea cliff known locally as Bamboo Ridge, you...
Koko Crater Botanical Garden
According to Hawaiian legend, Koko Crater is the imprint left by the magical flying vagina of Kapo, sent from the Big Island to lure the...
Bubbie’s scoops homemade tropical-flavored and mochi (Japanese pounded-rice cake) ice cream and mixes mountainous sundaes.
Halona Cove information
Take your lover down for a roll in the sand at this sweet pocket cove made famous in the steamy love scene between Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr in the 1953 movie From Here to Eternity . You can peer down at the cove from the Halona Blowhole parking lot, from where you’ll just be able to make out a faint path leading down to the beach. Beginning at the south end of the parking lot, the path is steep but passable with caution. Warning! There is no lifeguard on duty at this beach and when the surf is up, violent waves earn it the nickname Pounders. With strong offshore currents, it’s best to stay out of the water.