Oahu Cliff Jumper - Waimea Bay, North Shore Oahu, Hawaii
Oahu Cliff Jumpers
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Aloha, Welcome to the Oahu Cliff Jumper page of my website. My name is Anthony Calleja, and I am a photographer based on Oahu.
Oahu is a popular destination for cliff jumping because of its beautiful coastline and numerous cliffs of varying heights. However, cliff jumping can be dangerous and should only be attempted by experienced individuals who have taken proper safety precautions.
Some popular cliff jumping spots on Oahu include:
Laie Point - a popular spot with a 30-foot cliff jump
Waimea Bay Rock - a 25-foot jump from a rock formation into the ocean
China Walls - a cliff jumping spot for experienced jumpers due to its rocky terrain and potentially dangerous conditions
Waimea Falls - a 30-foot jump into a natural pool
Kahekili's Leap - a traditional Hawaiian cliff diving spot with a 60-foot jump into the ocean
It is important to remember that cliff jumping can be dangerous, and should only be attempted after assessing the risks involved and taking appropriate safety measures. It is always recommended to go with a group, use proper equipment, and never jump alone. Additionally, be aware of potential hazards such as hidden rocks, strong currents, and changing tides.
I shot the video Oahu Cliff Jumper - Spitting Cave because I wanted to share with you some safety tips.
This is the Famous Cliff Jump over the Spitting Cave at Portlock Point.
It is Important to use Caution when visiting this location.
Individuals have died here.
There are Memorial Plaques mounted in the rocks in memory of those who died.
When the ocean swells are right, water and air rush into the cave, and a plume of sea spray gets spit out with a loud whoosh and gurgle.
The person at the bottom watches the swell. She is looking for a nice gap in the waves where the jumper won't get pushed into the cave when he hits the water.
When the opportune moment presents itself, she calls up to the number, and it's bombs away.
Video Oahu Cliff Jumper - Spitting Cave, Portlocks
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Hawaii Cliff Jumpers
Spitting Caves is only for experienced jumpers, it's about 60 feet high, but the jump height is not what you have to be concerned with; it's the underwater current. The riptides and undertows will either pull you under or potentially spit you out into the ocean. If you do jump, make sure there are people down below to watch out for you!