Spring, Geyser sights in Hawaii
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Heading east from Hanauma Bay, the road skirts past several lookouts and the geographical oddity of the Halona Blowhole. Here the water surges through a submerged tunnel in the rock and spouts up through a hole in the ledge. It's preceded by a gushing sound, created by the air that's being forced out by the rushing water. The action depends on water conditions - sometimes it's barely discernible, while at other times it's a showstopper.
Down to the right of the parking lot is Halona Cove, the little beach where the classic risqué love scene with Burt Lancaster and Deborah Kerr in From Here to Eternity was filmed in the 1950s. A small stone monument atop Halona Point was…
Famous but fickle, Spouting Horn Geyser somehow became a mandatory stop on the tour-bus circuit. Don't expect Yellowstone's Old Faithful. Spouting Horn is less predictable, less lengthy and less high. Its seawater eruptions are typically under 30ft and last only seconds, when the sea shoots through a hole in the lava reef. But the sea spray creates lovely rainbows - a sweet photo op.
To get here, turn right off Po'ipu Rd onto Lawa'i Rd, just past Po'ipu Plaza and continue for 1.75 miles.