We discovered this cave on our way to the beach at Kaena State Park on Oahu's Leeward side.
It is not marked, but there is a place to park if you want to take a look. It was the only easily accessible cave we ever saw on Ohahu, so that made it worth the stop. The walls inside are covered in graffiti and not very inviting. There was a flat rock that had the burned remains of a lei and a woven circle of green leaves mixed in with spent candles. It was obvious some kind of a ritual or ceremony was recently performed here. We didn't stay very long, as it was kind of creepy inside. We were surprised to later find that it was a sacred cave of old, and had a lot of importance to the people in times past, although it was hard to tell that now. Take a quick look, and then get on to the fabulous beach that is about 5km past the cave.
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