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Makapu'u Lighthouse Oahu


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Makapu'u Lighthouse is one of Hawaii's most familiar landmarks commanding a spectacular view of the Windward side of O'ahu. The lighthouse was built in 1909 and automated
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Makapu'u Lighthouse is one of Hawaii's most familiar landmarks commanding a spectacular view of the Windward side of O'ahu. The lighthouse was built in 1909 and automated in 1974. A 2-mile paved trail leads to the lighthouse and a fantastic view of the entire coastline and the island of Molokai in the distance.

Two smaller islands can be clearly seen from this lookout - Manana Island, the largest, and Kaohikaipu Island. The Molokai Channel runs past Makapu'u Lighthouse and is an excellent spot to watch Humpback whales as they travel the channel between December and April.

Directions:
From Waikiki take Kalakaua Avenue past the Honolulu Zoo and Kapiolani Park. Turn right onto Diamond Head Road. Follow the signs going East (to your left) to Kalanianaole Highway (Route 72). Go past Hanauma Bay and Sandy Beach Park to Hawaii Kai Golf Course. About mile past the golf course on the right is a gate blocking the trail entrance.

Useful Information:
This is a moderate 2-mile hike that is paved but is quite steep in spots
There is no shade or restroom facilities along this trail
Start before noon due to the heat, bring plenty of water, and wear sunscreen
Parking is along the street - no cars allowed on the trail
Do not leave valuables in your car
Safety Tips for Hiking: Inform a friend of your route and your expected time of return. Never hike alone or go beyond your capability. Always bring water, basic first aid kit and rain gear, just in case. Do not drink stream water which contains biological impurities. STAY ON THE TRAIL.

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Special Notes Useful Information: This is a moderate 2-mile hike that is paved but is quite steep in spots There is no shade or restroom facilities along this trail Start before noon due to the heat, bring plenty of water, and wear sunscreen Parking is along the street - no cars allowed on the trail Do not leave valuables in your car Safety Tips for Hiking: Inform a friend of your route and your expected time of return. Never hike alone or go beyond your capability. Always bring water, basic first aid kit and rain gear, just in case. Do not drink stream water which contains biological impurities. STAY ON THE TRAIL.

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