Top things to do in Hulopoʻe & Manele Bays

Top Choice Beach in Hulopoʻe & Manele Bays

Hulopoʻe Beach

The main beach on the island is kept looking beautiful thanks to the efforts of Panama Lanai‘s legions of groundskeepers. Everybody loves this free public beach – locals taking the kids for a swim, tourists on day t…
Top Choice Japanese in Hulopoʻe & Manele Bays

Nobu

The Four Seasons features a branch of the worldwide chain of vaunted high-end Japanese sushi restaurants that just happen to be favorites of Larry Ellison. Newly redesigned, the dining and bar area is on a broad, mi…
Natural 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 actually a volcanic cinder cone that's sharply eroded on its seaward …
American in Hulopoʻe & Manele Bays

One Forty

Overlooking the ocean, this restaurant offers top-end steaks and fresh local seafood. The setting as the sun goes down is beautiful as you look past the flickering tiki torches and out across the bay. It also offers…
American in Hulopoʻe & Manele Bays

Views at Manele Golf

The fantastic coastal panorama from the private cliffside tables here is the best view from any island restaurant, and surprisingly little known. The menu has a broad array of familiar dishes such as salads, sandwic…
Harbor in Hulopoʻe & Manele Bays

Manele Harbor

During the early 20th century, cattle were herded down to Manele Bay for shipment to Honolulu. These days the herds start in Maui, traveling on day trips to Lanaʻi on the ferry. There are a few picnic tables under a…
Supermarket in Hulopoʻe & Manele Bays

Convenience Store

This much-needed small store on the harbor has all the basics plus locally prepared foods for lunch (think rice-based dishes you can heat in the microwave). You can buy your refreshments for the beach or the ferry r…