Waialua, meaning two waters, is a moku on the island of Oʻahu with eight ahupuaʻa: Kaʻena, Keālia, Kawaihāpai, Mokulēʻia 1 and 2, Kamananui, Paʻalaʻa, and Kawailoa. It is located on the northern end of Oʻahu. Waialua was known for its abundant ocean resources, as well as its loʻi kalo (taro patches).
Cut out of the Moku of Waialua - HGS #2374 - 1902
Nā Ahupuaʻa o Waialua
Kūkaniloko Entrance – Kūkaniloko – Photo by N. Peralto
Birthing Stones – Kūkaniloko – Photo by N. Peralto
Kaʻala Mountains – Kūkaniloko – Photo by N. Peralto
Waiʻanae Mountain Range - Kaʻena Point - Photo by N. Peralto
Waiʻanae Mountain Range – Paʻalaʻa – Photo by N. Peralto