Best Healing Spots - Volume 3

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Best Healing Spots - Volume 3

If you have come to Hawaii, why not visit the various healing spots on Oahu and other islands as well as around Waikiki?

There are many mysterious places in the Hawaiian Islands that are said to have healing power, and it gives relaxation to visitors. Even if you are not interested in spirituality, please come and visit us to experience healing treatment. Visit Hawaii's healing spots, get energy and refresh.

Ulupo Heiau

Ulupo Heiau In recent years, the Kaila area on Oahu, which is popular with tourists, is famous for its beaches, but near this Kaila is the U-Hawaii State Park Urpoheiau Historic Site, which is said to be the oldest temple on Oahu.

Stones are stacked there, and the scale is 42 meters long, 54 meters wide, and 10 meters high. It is alleged that Menehune, natives of the Hawaiian legend, hand-carried stones from hand to hand and built them up in just one night.

Ulupo Heiau
Address1200 Kailua Rd. Kailua, HI 96734

Kukaniloko Birthstones

Kukaniloko Birthstones Kukaniroco near the pineapple field that spreads in the Wahiawa area about 40 minutes by car from Waikiki is designated as a Hawaii State Historic Cultural Asset. There is a stone called Bathstone, which is said to have been given birth by a woman of Hawaiian royal family on a stone.

The stone is said to have mana in it to relieve birth pain, and the visitors have dedicated their rays. Regardless of gender, it is said that you will feel a unique atmosphere when you come here, and if you close your eyes and take a deep breath, it is a mysterious spot that you can purify and refresh yourself.

Kukaniloko Birthstones
AddressKamehameha Hwy., Wahiawa, Oahu, HI

Mauna Lani

Mauna Lani マウナ・ラニ (ハワイ島) Along with Sedona of the United States and Lourdes of France, Mauna Lani, which is one of the three major power spots in the world, means "a hill that reaches heaven" and is located about a 30-minute drive from Kona Airport on the island of Hawaii. The Mauna Lani Resort manages historical sites, and there are hotels and restaurants on the site.

Surrounded by pure white sand and emerald blue sea, this is a historic spot that has been reported that the ancient Hawaiian royalty has cultivated its vitality. If you step in here, your mind, body and mind will heal in a sense that blends in with nature.

There are spots where some powers are staying in the resort site, and you can enjoy the mysterious atmosphere while taking a walk. You can also discover the ancient Hawaiian pictogram "Petroglyph" on numerous rocks and stones.

Mauna Lani
Address68-1400 Mauna Lani Dr, Kohala Coast, Hawaii 96743
TEL 808-885-6622

*Entry and parking fees apply

Hauola Stone

Hauola Stone Formerly the capital of the Hawaiian dynasty, Maui Island Lahaina flourished as a captive base and is still a popular tourist destination as a tourist destination.

If you look down on the sea from the quay of Lahaina Port, you can see the mysterious stone, "Hauola Stone," which is said to be a "magic stone that cures the disease" at low tide. It is believed to be particularly powerful among the many healing spots in Hawaii, and it is believed to be the birthplace of the people of Alii, an ancient Hawaiian aristocrat.

Alii women are said to have entered the sea with their companions near the birth and gave birth while sitting at the Hauola Stone. Hauola means "health and longevity" in Hawaiian language, and it has been healthy since ancient times that "If you take your foot in the waves sitting on this stone you can cure injuries and illness" It has been used as a healing spot to become. Just looking at the Hauola Stone, which looks down from the quay and looks down at the sea, the magical experience of being soothed by the gentle waves will be an unforgettable memory.

Hauola Stone
AddressFront Street Lahaina, HI 96761


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