Tuesday, September 28

Ka'ena Point

The farthest point West on Oahu is Ka'ena Point.  To get there, you must drive to the end of the road in Waianae near Yokohama Bay.  From there, you walk to the point about an hour and a half away.  Along the way are gorgeous views, tidepools, rocky shoreline, and cars.  Yep, cars that have been pushed off the cliffs onto the rocks.  So Hawaii...  Other than that, it is a stunning trek and well worth the drive.  You can also reach the same point from the North end of the island, Mokuleia area.


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At the tip of the point is a bird sanctuary, monk seals, and a beach.


The beginning of the road.


Looking back at the bay...


Nothing like a rainbow in Hawaii!


Oh the beautiful ... cars??


So cute, the little baby birds!


The end of the point is covered in white coral and monk seals


Our first Monk Seal of the day


The beach at the end of the road.

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