Hawaii Paso Finos
Paso Finos are incredibly smooth riding horses. Experience their bounceless gait and engaging demeanor with this outfit; they're...
Keokea Beach Park
While it has no beach to speak of, this park, about 3.5 miles from Kapaʻau, has the best picnic spot around: an elevated pavilion with...
Pololu Valley Lookout & Trail
From the lookout, you can admire the spectacular coastline toward the east, but you must hike down to see Pololu Valley. The steep trail...
Pleasantly low-key, this owner-run cafe is friendly to the point that it positively radiates aloha. Nambu serves freshly made salads and...
Kamehameha Rock information
According to legend, Kamehameha carried this rock uphill from the beach to demonstrate his prodigious strength. Much later, when a road crew attempted to move it elsewhere, the rock stubbornly fell off the wagon – a sign that it wanted to stay put. Not wanting to upset Kamehameha's mana (spiritual essence), the workers left it alone. Don't blink or you'll miss it, on the inland roadside about 2 miles east of Kapaʻau, on a curve just past a small bridge.