HAWAII TRAVEL VLOG DURING COVID-19 | Lulumahu Falls, Kayak to Sandbar, Pillbox, Things To Do Oahu



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This vlog is filled with a million activities to do in Oahu! I take you along with me on our 3rd & 4th day in Hawaii! You won’t want to miss this exciting & eventful vlog!

Places mentioned:
– Lulumahu Falls
– Pillbox Hike
– Duke’s Waikiki
– Kayaking to Sandbar
– Green World Coffee Farms
– Leonard’s Bakery
– Dole Plantation
– Fresh Catch Poke
– Adela’s Country Eatery
– Kualoa Regional Park

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29 comments

  1. how well did your jewelry hold up with you being in the water? Im thinking of purchasing from them for my Hawaii trip in June!

  2. We're going on August with my little kids! I am elated to tumble upon your vlogs. Btw, is the sandbox that you did with snorkeling free?

  3. Lulumahu Falls is not open to the public and it is illegal to access it at any time. Anyone attempting to reach the falls is trespassing and subject to citation by the Honolulu Police Department.

    The land surrounding Lulumahu Falls is located on a protected watershed managed by the Honolulu Board of Water Supply (BWS). The area supports Oahu’s fresh water system, which supplies the drinking water resources for more than 1 million people on island. As such, the BWS does not permit access of any kind so that the watershed may return to a more pristine state. Those cited are required to make a court appearance and may face fines up to $2,000, community service, and/or up to six months in prison.

    As you plan your outdoor activities on Oahu, please respect the island’s fresh water resources by not intruding onto protected watershed land. Announcements regarding closures of or conditions on public trails managed by the State of Hawaii may be found online at hawaiitrails.hawaii.gov.

  4. Just find the water and head up stream. Need to cross several times. That southern path through the bamboo forest leads straight to the Ruins.

  5. I live on Oahu and if there’s anything anyone would like me to film I’d be happy to take requests! Just hit me up!

  6. I LOVE your vlogs; your style of editing and how detailed it is! Next month, I'll be staying in Waikiki for my 5th year anniversary and your videos will definitely be helping me & boyfriend navigate our way through this trip 🙂

  7. Thanks for sharing your adventures I’ve got a few ideas for my next trip! Also nature is best left the way you found it. Remember that next time you are on a hike or think about carving into a tree.

  8. Hi, are all the water sports / activities open there like snorkeling, kayaking etc ? Or closed due to covid ?

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