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Honolulu and Oahu Sights


  • 49-479 Kamehameha Hwy. Map It
  • Kaneohe
  • Geological Site

Updated 03/04/2015

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As you drive the Windward and North shores along Kamehameha Highway, you'll note a number of interesting geological features. At Kualoa look to the ocean and gaze at the uniquely shaped little island of Mokolii (little lizard), a 206-foot-high sea stack also known as Chinaman's Hat. According to Hawaiian legend, the goddess Hiiaka, sister of Pele, slew the dragon Mokolii and flung its tail into the sea, forming the distinct islet. Other dragon body parts—in the form of rocks, of course—were scattered along the base of nearby Kualoa Ridge. In Laie, if you turn right on Anemoku Street, and right again on Naupaka, you come to a scenic lookout where you can see a group of islets, dramatically washed by the waves.

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49-479 Kamehameha Hwy., Kaneohe, Hawaii, 96744, United States

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Updated 03/04/2015


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