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Makapu'a Point Lighthouse

 Makapu’u Point Lighthouse Trail Hike & Halona Blowhole Adventure!

Experience the Majestic Makapu’u Point Lighthouse Trail Hike & Halona Blowhole Adventure!

Join us on a captivating journey along the Makapu’u Point Lighthouse Trail on Monday, December 4th, 2023, starting at 7 am. Immerse yourself in a 4-hour exploration of nature's wonders, priced at $39.99 for adults (ages 13+) and $34.99 for children (ages 3 - 12 yrs).

About the Adventure:

  • Makapu’u Point Lighthouse Trail:

    • Duration: 4 hours

    • From the trail's end at Makapu‘u Head, relish breathtaking views of the windward coast, historic Makapu‘u Lighthouse, and offshore islets.

    • The 100-year-old lighthouse features a historic “hyper-radiant” lens, and on clear days, you may even glimpse Moloka‘i and Lana‘i.

    • Wildlife sanctuaries on offshore islets host Hawaiian seabirds, offering an excellent opportunity to view migrating humpback whales (November-May).

    • Bring binoculars for whale and seabird watching, and use interpretive signs and viewing scopes along the trail.

  • Halona Blowhole Stop:

    • During the journey, we pause at the Halona Blowhole, one of Hawaii's most popular attractions.

    • Capture the spectacular natural phenomenon in a 15-minute stop, where the blowhole may spray water up to 20 feet in the air.

    • Both the blowhole and summit provide incredible vantage points to spot Hawaii's annual winter visitors, the Humpback whales.


  • Not recommended for pregnant women.

  • Participants must be physically fit.

Explore More on the Island: While on this side of the island, make the most of your visit by exploring additional attractions like Hanauma Bay, Makapu'u Point Lighthouse, Koko Head Botanical Garden, and Sandy Beach. Consider our Combos & Special Packages for an enriching experience in a single day!

Embark on this unforgettable adventure with Kaimana Tours, where the beauty of nature unfolds at every step. Book your spot now and witness the stunning landscapes and wildlife of Oahu's eastern coast!

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