ʻAnini Beach Park
Na Pali Sea Breeze
The only tour to leave out of ʻAnini, it aims for (and somewhat delivers) a more personable experience, exemplified by the fact that the...
Learn what it’s like to glide on water with Teacher Celeste Harvel, who wants nothing more than to stoke you out with her 30 years of...
Silver Falls Ranch
The Tavern at Princeville
While ‘tavern’ might suggest some plebeian-occupied pub, this is Princeville and an offspring of revered Chef Roy Yamaguchi. The...
Lonely Planet review
One not to miss, as it wears many proverbial hats: it’s an ideal windsurfing, stand-up paddle boarding, snorkeling, camping, swimming and low-key just-cruisin’ spot, plus it has some of the most reliable conditions, bubbling over a lagoon, and protected by one of the longest and widest fringing reefs in the Hawaiian Islands. At its widest point, the reef extends over 1600ft offshore. The park is unofficially divided into day-use, camping and windsurfing areas. While weekends might draw crowds, weekdays are low key. Facilities include restrooms, showers, changing rooms, drinking water, picnic pavilions and BBQ grills. It’s a top spot to catch sunsets as a hard day of play settles in.