...Steve led me to Kehekili’s Leap (aka Warrior’s Leap) where cliff diving was supposedly ‘created’ when King Kamehameha’s warriors proved their bravery by leaping aprox. 70 feet into the ocean below. I walked up to the edge gingerly, took a deep breath, and simply peered over the rock to the turbulent ocean below while I had a death grip on the rock next to me. This cliff seemed to come out of nowhere – which is what made it even more breathtaking. It is said that the water below is only about 15 ft. deep – and one must take a running start in order to clear the rocky coast below. Jumping off this cliff is something I will be happy to NEVER do.
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