Best Healing Spots - Volume 2

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Best Healing Spots - Volume 2

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Best Healing Spots - Volume 2

In Hawaii, there are lots of fun things to do like shopping and marine sports. However, some people think, "It's fun but won't I get tired?" or "won't I burn in the sun"? But Hawaii actually has many healing spots that can not be experienced other places. After enjoying luxury body and facial treatments at the Royal Kaila Spa, why not take a trip to a soothing healing spot?

*Please note that this information is subject to change.

Kaneohe Bay

Kaneohe Bay Also known as "the sea of heaven," it has a white sandy beach and very mysterious scenery. At low tide, the sea is shallow enough that it caresses the ankles. This also reveals a small, white, sandy island in the sea which has become a famous landmark, often used in television commercials.

These romantic islands also provide some incredible photo opportunities. The contrast of white sand and blue sky are complemented by the emerald green sea which makes for great shots! So, if you are looking to take pictures and boast to your friends, this is definitely the place to go.

In addition, one can do some hula dancing in these lovely locations. It is said that "Laka", the goddess of hulu dancing, dedicated hula dancing to "Pele", the goddess of fire, so these places are revered as holy by those who participate in this wonderful tradition.

Address46-499 Kamehameha Highway, Kaneohe, HI
AccessNorth from Waikiki, towards Hayea State Park. Along route 830. About 40 minutes by car.

Nu'uanu Paris Lookout

Nu'uanu Paris Lookout From the observatory you can see the beautiful Kaneo Bay and the Pacific Ocean right below. The steep cliff, which has a sudden drop off, is about 900m high and the view is said to be as beautiful as the one from Diamond Head.

AddressPali Highway, Honolulu, HI
AccessWaikiki to Pali by Highway Route 61. About 30 minutes by car.

Polynesian Cultural Center

Polynesian Cultural Center Polynesia is a subregion in Oceania made up of many islands including Easter Island in Hawaii, New Zealand, and Chile. Here at the Polynesian Cultural Center, you can experience the culture of several countries including New Zealand, Tahiti, Fiji, Tonga, Marquesas, Samoa, and Hawaii. The music and arts of these islands will let you experience the feelings of local people who value their traditions passed down from generation to generation.

Hula dancing and fire dancing are also major highlights of this experience. It is especially recommended if you want to experience not only Hawaii, but the entirity of Polynesia. It's so popular that it's almost always included in many travel agencies' tours.

Address55-370 Kamehameha Highway, Laie, HI
AccessFrom Waikiki, head north towards North Shore. Near Route 83. About 70 minutes by car.
Hours12:00 - 21:00

*Admission fee and parking fee are required.

Makaha Beach Park

Makaha Beach Park Located on the west side of Oahu Island, this is a quiet beach with very few visitors. The city of Makaha itself is not very big, so if you are looking to escape from the noise of the urban areas such as Waikiki, why not visit?

You can also enjoy a relaxing road trip from the Waikiki area with the refreshing scenery of beautiful beaches on the left and majestic mountains on the right. There are lots of high waves in winter so many surfing lovers and bodyboard fans love to visit this beach too. It is perfect for relaxing and listening to the sound of the waves.

AddressFarlington Highway, Waianae, HI
AccessNorth West from Waikiki, towards Makua Keaau Forest Reserve. Along the route 93. About 60 minutes by car.

Waimea Valley

Waimea Valley This is the perfect hiking trail for nature lovers as it is surrounded by beautiful trees. Also known as the Valley of the Priests, it is a healing spot where you can simultaneously sense Hawaii's natural beauty as well as its rich history. There are around 5,000 kinds of tropical plants growing in the area which makes it similar to the Amazon rainforest. It is said that in the 11th century, the chief of Oahu at that time gave it to a high-ranking priest.

Hawaii has many spiritual sites just like this. Next to the parking lot, there is a restored, ritualistic altar, which is closely related to an ancient Hawaiian religion. Most of the popular American drama "Lost" was filmed in Hawaii, and many of the scenes were shot in Waimea Valley, making it a fun tour. It is a spot where you can feel the history while being healed by the negative ions of the plants.

Address Farlington Highway, Waianae, HI
AccessNorth West from Waikiki, towards Makua Keaau Forest Reserve. Along the route 93. About 60 minutes by car.


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