Kualoa Regional Park
Sure, it’s a bit of a kitschy tourist trap, but everything for sale at this family-owned business is homegrown Hawaiian. The open-air...
That eye-catching islet you see offshore from Kualoa Regional Park is called Mokoliʻi (Little Lizard). In ancient Hawaiian legend, it’s...
In the 1800s the Judd family purchased the roughly 4000 acres that make up today’s Kualoa Ranch from Kamehameha III and Queen Kalama....
Aunty Pat's Café
At Kualoa Ranch's visitor center, this cafeteria lays out a filling midday buffet. Banana pancakes for breakfast and grass-fed beef...
49-479 Kamehameha Hwy · interesting places nearby
Kualoa Regional Park information
Huge extended-family groups gather for weekend picnics on the wide, grassy field that fronts the narrow white-sand beach here. There’s good swimming, with magnificent mountain scenery as a backdrop. Stroll south along the beach to ʻApua Pond , a 3-acre brackish salt marsh on Kualoa Point that’s a nesting area for the endangered aeʻo (Hawaiian stilt).