Quick walk down the dirt road. Didn't spend to much time because of children. It was meat to see and nice seeing people out maintaining the grounds.
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This is a sacred site for Hawaiians. Be sure to read about the stones before you arrive. Park outside the yellow gate and walk the dirt road to the main area petitioned off by smaller stones. The area is beautiful as you are surrounded by...More
My fiend would love to have another child, so they drag there. It was a unique experience for me. Birth stone itself were surrounded by rocks so people won't abuse these sacred stones. These barricades were made approximately a month ago, so you can't touch...More
Kukaniloko birthing stones are on the same road as heading to Dole Farms. If you do anything read the history about the stones, fascinating.!! However, when we went the gate to the stones was locked and closed and all you could see was a dirt...More
Ok, now you know I have my prejudices so I will admit this pace looks like nothing special. It is down a dirt road and you often have to park just off the highway and walk to it. You can only appreciate this site if...More
I very much wanted to visit the Birthing Stones because of their deep, spiritual and cultural significance. We set the GPS which directed us right to the spot, but if you didn’t know it was there you would never find it. There are no signs...More
I think this could be a great site with a little bit of effort. There is no parking, and signs to keep out. Fair enough...we didn't mind the walk. However, the only sign that explains what it stones are is so weathered, you can't read...More