National Parks / Natural World
Sprouting Horn Poipu
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What people are saying?
by David Dixon
Even though spouting horn isn't as immaculate as it once was, it is worth the stop. For one thing, today understand the power and beauty of nature. It also is a reminder of the destructive nature of humans. This should be a reminder to respect the land and how actions have consequences long after we are gone. Try to go during high tide for the most dramatic spouts. If you are interested in going to the National Tropical Botanical Garden, combine that trip with Spouting Horn.
by Michael Schneider
It's fun to see the blow hole but that's about all there is to offer here. We were told during the right part of the year the spout shoots 80-100 feet in the air, but when we were there it was maybe 15 or 20 feet. There are also some tourist shops if you enjoy buying trinkets.
by Pete Cox
Neat place to spend an hour. Beautiful and incredible sight. There are also a few shops with fun nick nacks.
by Richard Slone
Whales, lava tube, shooting waves through tubes. Beautiful tidal pools. Go right down there (climb down cliff to the tidal pool) and look.
by Albert Birdsong Jr.
Nice drive up. Very awesome site! Well worth the drive from Princeville.