12 Abandoned Places In Hawaii That Nature Is Reclaiming
When people move on and industry crumbles, the remains are often abandoned amid the landscape – and Hawaii is no exception. These places deteriorate and nature starts to reclaim everything from gas stations and hotels to highways and missile sites. Here are just 12 abandoned places in Hawaii that nature is reclaiming. Which one do you find most stunning?
There is something strangely beautiful about man-made structures being taken back by the land and Hawaii definitely has its fair share of abandoned places to visit and artifacts. Share your pictures of abandoned Hawaii with us in the comments below!
If you are searching for other abandoned places in Hawaii to visit, check out this entire neighborhood that was abandoned and nobody knows why. Why not hit the road and take a road trip to see more of abandoned Hawaii on the island where you live (or are visiting)!
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Abandoned Places In Hawaii
What are some abandoned places in Oahu that I should visit?
The island of Oahu is lush, beautiful, and well populated. But, that doesn’t mean you will not find abandoned places all over the island. If you love to visit abandoned places in Hawaii, we have created the perfect road trip for you! Requiring three hours of drive time and traveling more than 80 miles, this road trip will take you to some of the most abandoned places on Oahu. You’ll enjoy stops at the outdoor theatre in Waimea Valley, the Marconi Wireless Center, and even the Kaniakapupu Ruins. This is one road trip that is sure to be beautiful, educational, and maybe even a little creepy at times!
What are some other places on Oahu that I should visit?
One of our favorite destinations on Oahu is the Polynesian Cultural Center. This Polynesian-themed attraction is basically a living museum that teaches you all about eight tropical villages and features the most incredible luau. This is a 42-acre tropical oasis where you’ll walk through jungles, near waterfalls, and even by an “erupting” volcano. Make sure you watch the fire dancers and the coconut tree climbers during your visit — they are incredible to watch.