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Anywhere and everywhere. There are smoke shops everywhere. The sugar cane fields are full of guerrilla grows. And, everybody there is a little burnt out. Pot is as easy, if not easier to find, than a –surf shack offering surfing lessons. When on Maui, we recommend you do both. Smoke pot and go surfing that is. One of the hot spots for the marijuana counter culture is Paia town. Check it out and stop by the Hemp Store.
This spot is awesome.
First off, this spot is the most Southern point in all of the 50 states. It is rightfully named South Point, and Ka Lae in Hawaiian. If you are staying at Kona this is a good stop on your way to Volcano National Park, or you could make a whole day out of it. If you are staying near Hilo, just go past Volcano National Park and it won’t be hard to find at all.
At the officially marked most Southern point, there are platforms where you can jump from the top of the cliffs into the ocean. Take a hit, jump in, and try not to exhale until you resurface. Haha. Or, play it safe and just take a couple hits at one of the most geographically extreme places in the United States. On your way there, you will see a sign for Green Sand Beach.
Follow the sign to the parking lot. There is an old man who will watch your car for you and help you find a driver to take you to the beach. It’s a 3 mile walk one way if you feel up to it, but bring water and wear sunscreen. We walked there and once we came to our sensimilla, I mean senses, we decided to get a ride back. Every driver you will encounter is holding , in their own words “some fine Hawaiian cannabis”, so don’t be afraid to ask. We got offered to indulge in the forbidden herb 3 times on our walk to the beach. Once, you get to the beach you will see that the green sand attracts quite a few green smokers. Don’t take the sand, and remember not to feed the hippies.
Hope you enjoy this hidden gem.
When traveling to Hawaii it is with out a doubt, necessary to stop on the island of O’ahu. The state capitol of Honolulu is located here as is Pearl Harbor, Diamond Head volcano, and Waikiki Beach. Our opinion of O’ahu was that it was similar to Los Angeles. There’s partying to be done at any hour of the day, it’s a big city, every designer and retailer in the world has a store there, and surprisingly there is a huge homeless population. If you are there for only a day, go see Pearl Harbor, it is an important part of American and world history. Unfortunately, at Pearl Harbor there are not many 420 friendly activities to engage in.
So, we recommend staying on O’ahu a least 2 days, but probably not much more. Most of the hotels are located in Waikiki which is a short walking distance if not directly on the beach. Here you will be able to find anything you are looking for. Don’t be sketchy, don’t be afraid to talk to people, and watch out for the police (as always). But, follow these guidelines and you will be smoking on some ganja within a few minutes. Waikiki Beach itself is a great place to smoke, but not our favorite.
What you need to do is take the public bus, or taxi, or do like us and walk it out to the community college. Across the street is Diamond Head State Park. It’s a short walk up the service road, and you will come to a tunnel. Walk or drive through the tunnel and into the park. The ranger station is located in the center of the volcano, which is now dormant. There are signs and a trail so you can get to the top of Diamond Head. The trail zig zags up the walls of the volcano goes through a closed down army bunker, leads to a spiral staircase inside the mountain, and to the top of Diamond Head. This spot is popular so make sure to go up early in the morning so you can smoke one as the sun is coming up.
Its an awesome sight to see, and a must smoke at destination. Check it out when on O’ahu.