If you travel to the end of Highway 56, you will reach this state park. The park is best known for its three sea caves, Kee ... More
Ha'ena State Park
If you travel to the end of Highway 56, you will reach this state park. The park is best known for its three sea caves, Kee Beach (a lovely swimming and snorkeling spot), and for its hiking trails. The trails here are not extremely rugged; a four-mile hike takes just a few hours. Explore the caves, which (as legend has it) were created by the goddess Pele. Two of the caves, now filled with seawater, were once gathering spots for island chiefs.
Arranged around an old fashioned, red roofed building in the center of tiny Hanalei, this place is nothing like the
busy shopping malls on the mainland. It has apparel and accessory stores, eateries, specialty stores, a grocery store and ...
The tiny town of Hanalei now boasts two shopping centers: red roofed Ching Young Village and diminutive Dolphin Center. The
latter is housed in a pastel building that used to be a schoolhouse, just off the highway. There are ...