I never get tired of visiting this lookout. It truly is at the end of the road...the view of the rugged coastline in the distance is inaccessible except by helicopter. The lookout has plenty of parking, restrooms and a covered area to sit.
There is a very treacherous, steep road to the valley and beach below. I've been on it with a 4-wheel drive and it was pretty rough. If you decide to hike down allow enough time, take a hat and bring something to drink. The valley is home to Taro farmers...there are some homesteads that just ooze with history. At the back of the valley are several waterfalls that form a river and flows into the ocean. The beach is quite expansive and a favorite surfing spot for the locals. Plenty of trees down there for shade. Great photo opportunities!
Own or manage this property? Claim your listing for free to respond to reviews, update your profile and much more.