Welcome to Haʻena State Park

Wind-beaten Haʻena State Park is sculpted into the narrow lava-rich coastline and burns with allure, mystique and beauty. Pele (the Hawaiian goddess of fire) is said to have overlooked the area as a home because of the water percolating through its wet and dry caves. Today this 230-acre park remains home to the 1280ft cliff commonly known in the tourism industry as ʻBali Hai,’ its name in the film South Pacific. Its... Read More

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