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Reviewed 24 September 2018 via mobile

Beautiful! Stop and take in the beauty and history of this place. Very close to the Dole Plantation. Park on the shoulder and a short, flat, easy walk to where Hawaiian royalty was born. Read about the history and it makes it even more special....More

1  Thank kaila1115
Reviewed 14 August 2018

Although a bit difficult to find, visiting the Kukaniloko Birthing Stone Scared Place was a special experience. Seeing the Wahine HaPai, rising above us in the mountain range, as we walked along the red dirt road to the site, was intriguing. Here was the place...More

Thank Ellesbells742
Reviewed 10 July 2018

There is a sketchy pull-off near the gate, but the gate is going to be locked. My thought is that this deters most from visiting. It's not a long walk to get to the stones, but your shoes are going to get that red clay...More

Thank LJ O
Reviewed 21 June 2018 via mobile

The stones have been gated up so there is no parking and its a hike. I've seen no factual information as to if theses rocks are what they say they are. I could be wrong.

Thank George S
Reviewed 20 June 2018 via mobile

This spot is an oasis of beauty and quiet in an otherwise hurried and busy area of the island. Of our party I was the only one with a real hankering to see the stones. I had done my research - the chief’s wife would...More

3  Thank C0dys_Dad
Reviewed 8 May 2018

A worthwhile stop at an important place in Oahu history. Before entering the first gate, it is customary to introduce oneself to the 'spirits' then proceed respectfully towards the stones. Non-locals should not pass the second gate. The feeling around this place is special. Also,...More

1  Thank kaioatey
Reviewed 15 April 2018 via mobile

There is a tradition in the Celtic church that you find a holy place and then build a church there. I was reminded of that when I visited the Birthing Stones. It’s a beautiful and surprisingly peaceful spot, considering it’s proximity to the highway. Parking...More

4  Thank Pittsburgh_cyclist
Reviewed 12 April 2018 via mobile

Very pretty site. We went after the sun set and it was raining but the site was worth the stop if you enjoy history and do research on the site. Little to see other than rocks. You should respect the barrier to the rocks to...More

1  Thank Blondie1891
Reviewed 2 April 2018

Pay your respects at this sacred and historical site. Birth of many Hawaiian royalty. No official parking at the entrance so beware of no parking signs. Could be a bit muddy walk from the highway to the site. Be respectful. Worth a quick stop.

Thank Leonard S
Reviewed 12 March 2018

This is sacred ground. It is best to come with a Kupuna that can tell you about this place, Enter quietly and listen to the birds as you walk around the stones enclosed by the small rock border. Do not step inside the border. Leave...More

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