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Laie Point is only accessed by going through neighborhood streets and then all of a sudden the houses disappear and you are surrounded by beautiful ocean in front of you on both sides. You drive straight ahead and park. You can hike around on the...More
A short drive from the main road. Not many parking places, but we were lucky to find a place. The waves pounding the rocky shoreline was beautiful. Very hard to walk on the sharp rocks and uneven ground for older people, but we managed for...More
This spot is not visible from the main road so follow your GPS. Although there are some spots where you can park, our guide (a local) told us the area is not for parking. She stayed with our vehicle while we spent a few minutes...More
You have to get a little out of the regular path to visit this place but it is definitely worth it. The landscape is breathtaking and even with the sound of the waves crashing on the rocks you still feel the peacefulness of the place....More
Laie Point is great for fishing or just viewing. There is not much parking and some of it high clearance vehicles would be needed - the road sharply cuts out along the edges. This is the windy side and there is no shade if it...More