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Its always good to come up here there is so much respect to the culture that has to be taken into consideration and that was why I was hesitant in bringing my guest up here. . We did not stay long there was a landslide...More
The main Pali highway leading to the "Pali" or "cliff" where King Kamehameha I defeated the local O'ahu chiefs is a nice pleasant drive. What makes it special is taking the detour to the "Old Pali Road" that parallels the main roadway. It passes through...More
This road is an easy drive from Honolulu to Kaneohe on the windward side of the island. However, avoid driving it (or most highways in Oahu) during rush hour!
I always stop by the Pali lookout which gives an expansive view of the windward side....More
We used our day to take the Pali Highway north to the north shore, and then along for a day off the tourist Mecca of Waikiki. The green lush covered mountains were stunning. Really stunning. The look out had 360 degree views that will blow...More
This is a beautiful free highway surrounded by nature, it has a speed limit of 55 and even though there is no police around, you enjoy the nature and the drive. The highway passes thru some towns where the speed limit drops just enjoy the...More
Traveling the Pali Highway to North Shore is a must. I would suggest having a driver (Uber or bus), since you want to make sure to see the sites along the way. The view from the Pali Lookout is breathtaking and the history is very...More
This drive is a must-do. You get a whole new perspective of O‘ahu as you are able to get into the mountain region and out of the downtown hustle. Don’t go a rush hour obviously as traffic is quite heavy. The Pali lookout has some...More
I haven't checked this feature of Trip Advisor so your trip to O'ahu may be all Pau by now. If it isn't, for your last day...if you're interested in Hawaiian culture without the tourist hype, I suggest you take the... More
I haven't checked this feature of Trip Advisor so your trip to O'ahu may be all Pau by now. If it isn't, for your last day...if you're interested in Hawaiian culture without the tourist hype, I suggest you take the drive or the bus to Hawaii's Plantation Village in Waipahu.
The Village is a "living museum" of the immigrants who came to Hawaii to work on the Sugar Plantations from the mid 1800's until the decline in the 1950's. The docents on the tour of the Village will give you lots of insights into Hawaii's diverse culture.