A man-made harbor, Hale'o'Lono is a tourists' dream come true. Offering scenic views of the turquoise blue sea, ... More
A man-made harbor, Hale'o'Lono is a tourists' dream come true. Offering scenic views of the turquoise blue sea, the harbor attracts hoards of tourists year after year thanks to the host of nautical events it is home it. The women's version of the Moloka'i Hoe, Na Wahine O Ke Kai, begins at Hale O Lono Harbor and traversing the Kaiwi Channel to end at Fort DeRussy in Waikiki, covering a total distance of more than 40 miles. This competition has been an annual event since 1979. The nearby beach is an ideal place to spend a lazy afternoon frolicking. Call the tourist information center for more information.
This solemn little memorial is not in the heart of downtown Kaunakakai; it's about a block away. It looks like
a perfectly manicured park. Upon closer inspection, one notices the symbolic cannons and the giant marble monument that looks ...
This unique shop sells beautiful kites that are superbly constructed from taffeta nylon and fiberglass frames. Designs include the "whale's
tale," a dancing hula girl, a gorgeous butterfly and the stunning "happy dragon." One particularly unique design is the ...
Take the turn off at Mile Marker 20 on Highway 450, and you'll find this popular family beach. It's safe
for even the smallest snorkelers because of a barrier reef located just offshore. (As always, use discretion and caution ...