Maniniholo Dry Cave
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Maniniholo Dry Cave information
Directly across Haʻena Beach Park, Maniniholo Dry Cave is deep, broad and high enough to explore. A constant seep of water from the cave walls keeps the dark interior dank. Drippy and creepy, the cave is named after the head fisherman of the menehune who, according to legend, built ponds and other structures overnight.