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Ahupua'a O Kahana State Park

52-222 Kamehameha Hwy
808-237-7766

AhupuaÊ»a Ê»O Kahana State Park is located on the windward side of O’ahu, between Kane’ohe and LaÊ»ie, and 26 miles from Honolulu. Kahana is a relatively unspoiled valley, and one of only a few publicly owned ahupuaÊ»a, or ancient Hawaiian land division, in the state.

An ahupuaÊ»a includes lands from the mountains to the sea (mauka-makai), encompassing all of the resource zones needed for subsistence. The ahupuaÊ»a of Kahana encompasses almost 5,300 acres, ranging from sea level at Kahana Bay to 2,670 feet at PuÊ»u Pauao on the crest of the KoÊ»olau mountains. Kahana is one of the wettest valleys on OÊ»ahu. Overcast skies and showers are frequent, with an average annual rainfall of 75″ along the coast to 300″ at the back of the valley. Temperatures can range from the mid-60s to the mid-80s.



Reviews

Koko Finch

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Saturday, July 7, 2018
I totally love it ! It's so Peaceful & Oh so Beautiful. I can't wait to go back. Truly a last look at old Hawaii.

Chana Keiss

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Tuesday, June 19, 2018
Beautiful experience with movie sets, education of the Hawaiian language, history of the island and.all the different ctures brought with them, the beauty of the island untouched by man, prices it all originally sold for and so much more!!!

Julian Nieves

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Sunday, April 15, 2018
Ahupua’a ‘O Kahana state park was such an amazing view. I loved being so close to paradise on earth. We hiked all the way to the top of crouching lion and payed our respects to the two crosses of people who have passed away on the hike. The hike was very muddy (wear boots). The hike is about a 6 when it comes to difficultly. Some steep parts, coming down we were able to grab onto a rope. We took the trail to the right to head up, very steep!! Would recommend going up from the left and down from the same trail. Park down the street in the parking lot. Also, if you get the chance, across the street from crouching lion trail head is a sweet rope swing next to the ocean. Check it out! We did the hike with an 10 year old btw.

Vidhya Dinakaran

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Monday, March 26, 2018
A very good jungle expedition. They ride along bumpy roads and was fun going around the rain forest. Can see the places that we have seen in Hollywood movies.

Kathy Paaaina

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Sunday, March 11, 2018
Aloha there's a certain time I love to go there on my way to the temple and I pick up certain types of shells there they're called wendal traps and is white clam shell has both sides and it's real small it's very transparent there's a Tree swing people can put their boats in the water. people canoe you don't go in the water where the water comes from the mountains into the bay if the water is brown you stay out of the water you don't go in the water if it's brown because you can't see what's in the water and I'm not talking about Predators also be a water runoff that's not clean so one of the rules on Oahu if its been raining in the mountains in the water is brown there's always going to be a beach that is clear it's going to be away from where the streams go into these Bays so most time they're clear we have a little bit of a rainy season maybe a day a week maybe another little storm will come and go Jet Ski Ramp we had Church camp there hugs from Hawaii

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