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is the headland
that defines the eastern side of Maunalua Bay
along the southeastern side of the Island of Oʻahu
. On its western slope is the community of Portlock
, a part of Hawaiʻi Kai
. Koko Head (at 642 ft or 196 m) is an ancient tuff
cone that is somewhat dwarfed by its neighboring tuff cone, Koko Crater
, with its peak, Kohelepelepe
(or Puʻu Mai
), rising to 1208 ft or 368 m. Koko Head itself has three significant depressions or old vents, the largest of which forms the well-known Hanauma Bay
. Koko Head's last eruption was 30,000–35,000 years ago.
is a large tuff cone that visually dominates the area. Within the crater are horse stables and the Koko Crater Botanical Garden
specializing in cacti
The model is created at a scale of 1:15,000 with NO vertical exaggeration. It features a built-in base, so it sits perfectly on a desk or in a frame.
Model Data Sources: USGS