Francis Iʻi Brown North & South Golf Courses
The two Mauna Lani courses are among the island's top world-class golf courses. The South course is more scenic and popular, with its...
Kalahuipuaʻa Historic Trail
This easy trail starts on the hotel's inland side, at a marked parking lot opposite the resort's little grocery store The first...
Mauna Lani Sea Adventures
This outfit offers three-hour snorkeling cruises five mornings per week; the fee applies to all, but kids (ages three to 12) pay half...
Awesome bar menu (served till 9pm) ranges from roast chicken and Hamakua-mushroom pizza to Keahole lobster tail. Or just unwind with...
The Mauna Lani's fanciest restaurant is lovely all round, with an oceanfront setting and a menu that highlights seafood and local...
Lonely Planet review
The ancient Kalahuipua'a Fishponds lie along the beach just south of the Mauna Lani Bay Hotel, partly shaded by a grove of coconut palms and milo (native hardwood) trees. They are among the few still-working fishponds in Hawai'i, and are stocked with awa (Hawaiian milk fish). Water circulates from the ocean through traditional makaha (sluice gates), which allow small fish to enter but keep mature, fattened catch from leaving.
You might notice fish sporadically jumping into the air and slapping down on the water, an exercise that knocks off parasites.