I think that wherever you go, you must stop and check all the history part of the place, I Didn't wanted to leave Molokai without taking a picture of this historical site. The coconut trees are old and need of maintenance ( I guess) Not...更多
A beautiful coconut grove originally planted by King Kamehameha and used by him and his warriors tobathe in the seven pools that were located here Remnants of the natural springs remain but access fenced off now and several of the trees have died or are...更多
It's fenced off with good reason. You don't want to get bonked by coconuts. You can get an idea of what a coconut grove of this size was like, but there's not much other than heritage value, as it's not even scenic, with raked up...更多
I saw this listed on one of the Molokai island maps and since I didn't notice a (large) sign, I wasn't sure if this was "Kamehameha Royal Coconut Grove." We later noticed a very SMALL sign stating it was the Royal Grove...along with all the...更多
Visitors assume that coconuts and the islands go together. They don't. Hawaii is too far by water for a coconut to remain viable floating here.
Coconuts were brought to Hawaii by the early voyagers as one of their canoe plants. If you see coconut palms...更多
The coconut grove is tucked into a residential area, next to a busy roadway. Turn off onto the road running alongside the grove, take this road a few hundred feet & there's a spot for a couple of cars to park so you can get...更多