Boulders and Surf in Kaena Point Park - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
This panorama was taken to show some large black lava boulders along the shoreline in Keana Point Park on Oahu. The picture also gives a good view of the Waianae Mountains forming a ridge along the southern edge of the park.
Boulders and Surf in Kaena Point Park - FURTHER INFORMATION
Boulders and Surf in Kaena Point Park - Oahu visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Boulders and Surf in Kaena Point Park' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Hawaii.
Kaena Point State Park and Keana Point are at the northwest point of Oahu in Hawaii. Access to the park is from parking at either Kaena on the north or Makua Beach on the Waianae Coast, each about 3 miles from Kaena Point itself. The park is well known for the breeding albatross colony and sightings of seals, dolphin and whales are not uncommon.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Kaena Point State Park is at the northwest of Oahu, and accessed by the Farrington Highway from both the west and along the north. Gates to the park are about 7 miles north of Makaha at Makua Beach on the Waianea Caost (west) and 8 miles west of Waialua on the northern shore at Ka'ena.