Kaulu Paoa Heiau
The roaring surf was a teacher to those who first practiced the spiritual art of hula, chanting and testing their skills against...
Two wet caves lie within the boundaries of Haʻena State Park. Formed by the constant pounding of waves many years ago, themassive cavern...
About as beautiful as it gets for living education, this garden offers a pleasant overview of endemic botany and ancient Hawaiʻi's...
Keʻe Beach information
Memorable North Shore sunsets happen at this spiritual spot, where ancient Hawaiians came to practice hula. In summer, the beach offers a refreshing dip after hiking the nearby Kalalau Trail. But beware that Keʻe Beach may appear calm when it is, in fact, otherwise. Vicious currents have sucked some through a keyhole in the reef out into the open sea.
Facilities include outdoor showers and restrooms. Car break-ins are common in the parking lot, so don't leave any valuables behind.