Spouting Horn Geyser

Member Rating 5 out of 5 by Suethelawyer on June 14, 2003

Spouting Horn is a lava rock formation that is so riddled with pasages and holes that incoming waves are channeled through unseen passages under the rock. Sometimes the pressure is so great, compared to the space available, that the water gushes up out of a hole on the surface, looking very much like a geyser. The height of the spouts vary from a foot or two to what looks like twenty feet.

There are picnic tables and restrooms, and some stands selling jewelry and souvenirs. It's definitely worth the drive, particularly because you can catch some other sights on the way, or take it on the way to other places like Waimea Canyon.

Spouting Horn
Lawai Road, across from Allerton Visitor's Center
Koloa, Hawaii, 96756
No phone available


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