These ruins are very well preserved. There are petroglyphs and wall art to see. We took a Pink Jeep Tour to these ruins.
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This is on a well maintained dirt road so you don't need one of the local hero tours to reach this ruin. A short hike and you're at the base of some nice stone ruins with ancient artwork on some walls as well. Only open...More
I have been here twice with family and with a friend. A must see...I would definitely recommend going with Pink Jeep Tours. Fascinating to learning about the past and an easy walk to get there.
I loved seeing these ancient ruins and learning about the culture that lived here so long ago. The wall paintings were especially interesting as I had always wanted to see cave paintings or similar. Our guide provided a lot of history during our walk from...More
We visited the Honanki Ruins on a Pink Jeep tour. We took the 4:30 tour so we could view the rocks at sunset. It was amazing to see how the natives built these structures right into the Red Rock cliffs. A definite must-see on your...More
The site has some very interesting Cliff Dwelling Ruins and lots of pictroglyphs. The trail is pretty good and not difficult especially if you have some trecking poles to help over the rock steps. This is one of the most impressive sites I have seen...More
we visited all the historical sites and this is another one that completes the picture of the region and how the original settlers lived. really worth doing.
We took a Pink Jeep Tour to the site with an expert guide who made Honanki come alive for us. As a person fascinated by existence and the human condition, I could have stayed at the site for hours contemplating what life was like hundreds...More
This tour, through Pink Jeep Tours was recommended by a couple we met in Maui. We were not disappointed. Our guide Ryan, was great, lots of good information and some personal interpretations which really added to the experience. We had anticipated the ride to be...More
this was on my list of places to see and must say I was somewhat disappointed. they close at 3 pm so we barely made it in. not a lot to see besides some ancient drawings and no explanatory signs posted.