Ahalanui Beach Park
Shacks / Bowls
To the left of Isaac Hale Beach Park's parking lot at the end of the road wait the twin breaks of Shacks and Bowls: solid choices for...
Moku Nui Lava Tours
For a more personal lava-watching experience, join Kanoa aboard his 25ft catamaran. With a maximum of six passengers, everyone gets a...
Lava Ocean Tours
The high-riding 49-passenger Lavaone gets you close enough to feel the lava's heat – assuming it's flowing. Well-narrated tours motor...
Cajun Paradise Farms
Smoothies, coffee, and daily light snacks served with a generous helping of Cajun aloha (it's a thing; here anyway).
Ahalanui Beach Park information
Crowds flock to the large, spring-fed thermal pool deep enough for swimming, populated by tropical fish, and protected from the surf by a cement sea wall. Temperatures average around 90°F, but drop with the incoming tide. Unfortunately, cleanliness also ebbs and flows, and entering the untreated water if you have open sores can lead to bacterial infection. The park gates are never locked; come early or late for more serene soaking. There are picnic tables, portable toilets and a lifeguard daily.
Don’t leave valuables in your car.