Two wet caves lie within the boundaries of Haʻena State Park. Formed by the constant pounding of waves many years ago, themassive cavern...
Memorable North Shore sunsets happen at this spiritual spot, where ancient Hawaiians came to practice hula. In summer, the beach offers...
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...
A taste of the Mediterranean literally on the Pacific (if the windows weren’t there, you’d get salty ocean mist on your face), this fish...
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Limahuli Garden information
About as beautiful as it gets for living education, this garden offers a pleasant overview of endemic botany and ancient Hawaiʻi's ahupuaʻa (land division) system of management. Self-guided tours take about 1½ hours, allowing you to meditate on the scenery along a 0.75-mile loop trail; in-depth guided tours (minimum age 10 years, reservations required) last 2½-hours.
Volunteer service projects in native ecosystem restoration give ecotourists a glimpse into the entire 985-acre preserve.
To get here, turn inland just before the stream that marks the boundary of Haʻena State Park.