Top ChoiceBeach in Hulopoʻe & Manele Bays

Hulopoʻe Beach

The island's main beach is kept looking beautiful, with manicured lawns and clean restrooms, thanks to Pulama Lana‘i‘s legion of groundskeepers. Everybody loves this free public beach, and it's one of Hawaii's...

Top ChoiceNatural Feature in Hulopoʻe & Manele Bays

Puʻu Pehe

From Hulopoʻe Beach a path (of around 0.75 miles) leads south to the end of Manele Point, which separates Hulopoʻe and Manele Bays. The point is a volcanic cinder cone that's sharply eroded on its seaward edge....

Top ChoiceJapanese in Hulopoʻe & Manele Bays

Nobu

Created by chef Nobuyuki Matsuhisa, worldwide chain Nobu is known for ultra-fresh and creative sushi and other Japanese dishes. Newly redesigned, the dining and bar area at this Four Seasons branch is on a broad,...

American in Hulopoʻe & Manele Bays

One Forty

Overlooking the ocean, this restaurant offers top-end steaks and fresh local seafood. Eat as the sun goes down against flickering tiki torches and the beautiful bay beneath. Don't miss the massive breakfast...

American in Hulopoʻe & Manele Bays

Views at Manele Golf

The coastal panorama from the private cliffside tables here is the best view from any of the island's restaurants, and it's surprisingly little known. The menu has a broad array of familiar dishes such as salads,...

Archaeological Site in Hulopoʻe & Manele Bays

Manele-Kapakuea Heritage Trail

East of Manele Habour is a 0.6-mile trail that leads to the 8m-wide, 2m-high Ka Hana Lawa'a (Fishermen's Temple), stacked with boulders. Fishermen would make offerings here by leaving their first catch of the...

Food & Drinks in Hulopoʻe & Manele Bays

Convenience Store

This much-needed small store on the harbor has all the basics, plus fast foods (from $6) – breakfast burritos, Spam musubi (a block of rice with a slice of fried Spam on top) and other rice-based dishes that you...

Harbor in Hulopoʻe & Manele Bays

Manele Harbor

This harbor, off Hwy 440, is where the ferry from Maui docks. There are bathrooms and a few sheltered picnic tables here, plus a convenience store. During the early 20th century cattle were herded to Manele Bay...