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Exploring Makaha

In Hawaiian language its name means “fierce” or “savage”, which refers to the group of bandits who were based in the Makaha Valley. These bandits would hide and wait, and then plunder and pillage unsuspecting passerby's. This neighbordhood has a higher percentage of Native Hawaiians and other pacific islanders than most settlements on Oahu.

Accommodation near Makaha

Oahu Island hotels are often situated close to the beach, with plenty of facilities to ensure you can enjoy the perfect relaxing vacation. You’ll find features such as outdoor pools, restaurants with terraces, barbecue grills, function spaces, complimentary WiFi, and fitness centers. Those with families will also enjoy extras such as kid’s clubs, babysitting, and separate children’s pools. Recommended accommodation include Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa, Aulani, Disney Vacation Club Villas and Beach Villas at Ko Olina by Ola Properties.

There is a range of options for all travellers such as Wifi equipped amenities, gym, fitness centres, and complimentary breakfast. The most popular hotel in Makaha is the Makaha Valley Towers, which has been booked 5 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended &TravellersChoice2 in Makaha as it has been reserved &TravellersChoiceBooked2 times.

Sightseeing near Makaha

- Pokai Bay Beach Park

Because of the breakwater offshore that blocks high surf, this beach remains calm year-round. This makes it the perfect place to bring the kids and even for adults who want to swim in calm waters.

- Kaneana Cave

This mysterious cave habors secrets, myths, magic and legends. One of the legends tells the story of how this was the site where mankind was born, from the womb of the earth goddess. That's why the cave is called Kaneana (Cave of Kane), named after Kane, the god of creation. Formed 150,000 years ago by the sea carving out a massive lava tube, the cave is open to the public.

Transportation near Makaha

Honolulu International Airport (HNL) is just a few miles north of the city of Honolulu, and only 10 miles from the popular resort of Waikiki. There are plenty of taxis and private shuttles available from the airport, and these can be booked in advance so you don’t need to wait around. There are also several car rental desks in the terminal. To move around the island you can rent a car, or make use of the efficient bus system called TheBus.