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Hake J wrote a review Jul 2020
15 contributions12 helpful votes
This review is for those of you who are thinking of jumping off the China walls. Unless you see other people jumping too, do not do it. There is only one sure way of getting out of the water without getting swept off the rocks. It is further off to the left. Also only go on a very low swell day. I went when the swells were about 4 to 6 feet thinking I could climb up the rocks just fine but I was wrong and I almost died after getting swept off the wall two times. There was a really good surfer nearby who saved my life. The place is beautiful and it is a cool place to hang out But respect the water. I learned a valuable lesson today. I thank God for that surfer! …
Date of experience: July 2020
1 Helpful vote
timrachels wrote a review Mar 2020
Corinth, Texas108 contributions18 helpful votes
Worth a quick ride to see a beautiful part of Oahu. We loved the views of the water and less crowds. We went with friends and had some amazing pictures of the water and sunshine. You can jump in the water if you dare! Know that you do drive through a neighborhood to get to it.
Date of experience: March 2020
SylviaJo wrote a review Feb 2020
Williams Lake40 contributions7 helpful votes
Wonderful spot to watch the sunset, whales and large waves crash into rocks. People jump off the wall, you see paddlers and body boarders and watch the waves crash. People of all ages and a few nights someone had speakers and was playing music.
Date of experience: February 2020
al22tecc wrote a review Jan 2020
Philippines7,167 contributions988 helpful votes
Using google map and/or waze is strongly recommended because there were no singages that point to this place. Based on the given instructions, we were given a nice tour around an upscale neighborhood or subdivision. Eventually, we reached a culdesac road where there is a vacant lot between two residences. We followed some cement blocks that acted as steps towards the bushes. After the bushes we were rewarded with a beautiful sight of a rocky cliff. Some people at mid day were jumping off, though the height wasnt that much. We walked to the left for a better view of the ocean and the waves smashing into the rocks. To park, I backtracked to the road prior to the street into the culdesac. This is just a kilometer away and inside the same neighborhood for the spitting caves.…
Date of experience: January 2020
1 Helpful vote
Hawaii96815 wrote a review Jul 2019
Honolulu, Hawaii60 contributions67 helpful votes
China Walls is a great place to chill & watch the ocean, especially at sunset. Often there are brave surfers testing their luck there. Don't jump in the water. You cannot get out.
Date of experience: December 2018