Top things to do

Top Choice Gardens in Haʻena

Limahuli Garden

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, allo…
Cave in Haʻena

Maniniholo Dry Cave

Maniniholo Dry Cave is deep, broad and rather fun to explore, though the deeper you penetrate the lower the ceiling and the darker your surrounds. A constant seep of water from the cave walls keeps the dark interior…
Beach in Haʻena

Makua (Tunnels) Beach

One of the North Shore’s almost-too-beautiful beaches, named for the underwater caverns and lava tubes in and among the near-shore reef. In summer, this is among the best snorkel spots on the island. It's also the N…
Beach in Haʻena

Haʻena Beach Park

Not ideal for swimming in winter, because of the regular pounding shore break that creates a strong undertow, this beach is nevertheless good for taking in some sun. During the summer months, the sea is almost alway…
Mediterranean in Haʻena

Mediterranean Gourmet

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 out of water offers an eclectic range of Euro-inspired dishes such as rosemary…
Arts & Crafts in Haʻena

Na Pali Art Gallery

Peruse a quality array of local artists’ paintings, woodwork, sculptures, ceramics, jewellery and collectibles made from Larimar – a blue volcanic glass sourced from the Dominican Republic. Not everyone loves the co…