This is basically a very long and windy sidewalk to a public beach that has historical plaques detailing the lava deposit in the area.
Ancient road is not very long, but the scenery is not only good. The trees and birds make beautiful flowers, and there are many ancient sites along the way to see, there are buildings, etc., you can learn about the life of the island's aborigines.
Although the trail is not too long, the scenery along the way is very good. The first section of this trail needs to pass through the ancient Hawaiian settlement of the 16th century and then extend forward. Along the way, there will be lava passages that were once used as residential caves, as well as other historical sites. The geographical environment is very convenient, with parking lots, convenient parking.
It is recommended that the old road circle the fish pond and coconut grove, and then continue to the beach. There is a thatched shed on the beach with an outrigger canoe and a historic hut that stores several Hawaiian crafts. Go around the hut and continue to the southwest, go around the fish pond and return to the start. It will be very interesting.
The starting point of the ancient road is at the parking lot opposite to Mauna Lani Bay Hotel. You can get a free route map at the hotel reception desk, or you can control the direction yourself. We walked for almost 30 minutes. There are some historical sites on the way, which is quite interesting.