by ALOHA DEAN
Halawa Valley - Eastern most of the amphitheatric like valleys of the remote,
lush north coast. Halawa valley is the only valley easily accessible by
guided hikes only. This is one of Hawaii true natural wonders, a half mile
wide and three to four mile deep, backed with cliffs and two towering
waterfalls. The 150ft. pool is so full of bubbles it's been likened to
swimming in champagne.
Halawa bay - At the spectacular mouth of valley, stand on the golden beach and imagine you're a heroic Polynesian voyager to the Hawaiian Island. This is one of the spots where these original visitors to Hawaii first landed.