Halona Blowhole and Beach Cove

The Hālona Blowhole is one of Hawai‘i’s natural wonders, created thousands of years ago when molten lava tubes were formed from volcanic eruptions. There aren’t any active volcanoes on O‘ahu anymore, but the blowhole remains a must-see scenic stop. Hālona, in Hawaiian, means “lookout,” and visitors can see miles of pristine coastline waters from the … Continue reading Halona Blowhole and Beach Cove