The best healing spot recommended by loco, vol.4. There are many healing spots in Hawaii, you can't go around in just a day. But by just reading, watching and knowing can make you feel better.
We will introduce the healing spots that are relatively accessible, so why not stop by when you go out for shopping and dining.
*Please note that this information is subject to change.
There are many spots that are said to have healing energy in Hawaii, and many people are go on tours and rental cars but there are people pass this magic stone unexpectedly.
The magic stones are surrounded by fence, located at Kuhio beach next to Waikiki beach. In ancient times, the four wizards came to Oahu from Tahiti, they wanted to leave behind a source of healing power for the people of Oahu.
There are stones that have been infused with such healing powers along Kapiolani Street where you can walk casually. The stone is surrounded by fence so you can't touch it but you can try holding your hands over the stone. Feel the entire beach of Waikiki surrounded by healing powers.
Wizard Stones of Waikiki [Address] Kalakaua Avenue, Honolulu, HI 96815
The sea in front of the Halekulani Hotel "Kawehewehe" is a healing spot where the fresh water that springs from the bottom of the sea and displays a strange water color. "Kawehewehe" means "removal of disease" in Hawaiian. In ancient times, Waikiki was said to have been a place of healing and many royal houses and villas were built because many Kahuna (prayer) who healed disease lived there. Waikiki is said to have been a sacred place for healing, there was a place where only one area was green. Above all, the sea in front of Halekulani Hotel was a healing spot that was dedicated to prayer because the rain that came from the mountains blew into the ground and became spring water. At present, it is said that just coming here and looking at the sea will relieve the pain of injury and illness, and people are visiting the power spot for healing . In addition, coral reefs are hard to grow because fresh water springs out, and it is said that the color and temperature are different from the surrounding sea.
Kawehewehe [Address] Kalia Road Honolulu, HI 96815
Ka wai a hao is a spot known as a sacred spring. Located in downtown, on the left are the Iorani Palace and King Kamehameha Statue.
This is on the church grounds. A long time ago, the Honolulu area was dry, and there was a place where there was only one green and fresh water, which is called,Ka wai a hao.
At present, this sacred spring is left in a reconstructed form, and there is an artificial spring, but there are still stones that are actually written at that time. Just looking at the stones will convey the precious feelings of fresh water from the heart of ancient Hawaiian people.
Ka wai a hao [Address] 957 Punchbowl Street, Honolulu, HI 96813
In the center of Oahu, Wahiana has a free state-run botanical garden. The Wahiawa Botanical Garden can also be visited on trekking tours and healing tours on Oahu, walking through the valleys of the natural mountains filled with greenery, soaking up Hawaiian plants while taking negative ions. The botanical garden is 27 acres in size, and there is a garden centered on flowers native to Hawaii near the entrance, where you can observe tropical flowers and trees that cannot be seen in Japan. If you go further, you will feel as if you are in the jungle, and you will be overwhelmed by the deeply rooted tropical plants. And you can hear the wild birds singing, and the light rain that sometimes falls makes you feel very comfortable, and this is a real healing spot. Why don't you heal yourself with the power of negative ions while watching Hawaiian plants that can't be seen in Waikiki?
Wahiawa Botanical Garden [Address] 1396 California Ave, Wahiawa, HI 96786