Hawaii Mom Blog: Halona Blowhole




March 13, 2014

Halona Blowhole

Our family loves to "play tourist," and on a recent weekend we decided to check out the Halona Blowhole.

The blowhole, formed naturally by an old lava tube, can create beautiful displays of water gushing into the air for several feet once waves hit the rocks.

There were busloads of tourists trying to get a glimpse of the blowhole.  On this particular day the winds and waves were not very strong, thus any sprays through the blowhole were very minimal.

But the views were still gorgeous!

A faint sea spray

Hopefully the next time we stop at the Halona Blowhole there will be a lot more action!

Halona Blowhole
Kalanianaole Hwy., (1 mile east of Hanauma Bay)
Honolulu, HI  96805

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