On our way to our condo in Hauula on Oahu, we made a pit stop to take in the natural wonder of Kualoa Regional Park. Situated along the scenic Kāneʻohe Bay, this park is a tropical paradise encompassing 153 acres of natural beauty. We were just killing time, but I’d go out of my way to see this again.
What makes Kualoa Regional Park so unique? It sits across the road from the awe-inspiring cliffs of the Koʻolau Range. But that’s not all. Just a third of a mile offshore, you’ll find Mokoliʻi, commonly known as Chinaman’s Hat (not pictured). This small basalt island is an iconic part of the Oahu landscape.
We are less than 24 hours into our stay here and I’m already in love with this area. Wow.
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