KOKO HEAD HAWAII HIKE | Amazing Hike and Authentic Hawaiian Food

Going to college in Utah, we had many opportunities to hike mountains–some that even took us 8 hours to complete. However, we would agree that Koko Head was one of the hardest hikes that we have ever completed. It didn’t take more than 1-2 hours, but the trail was steep. The path isn’t maintained incredibly well, so there were definitely a few parts of the hike where we felt many people would feel unsafe. But it was a blast nonetheless, and we definitely recommend it to you, if you’re at least comfortable with intermediate hikes. We also tried authentic Hawaiian garlic chicken, and it was incredible!! Still can’t stop thinking about it.

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