Maniniholo Dry Cave

3.5 stars from 5 reviews
Address Kuhio Highway (Hwy 560), Haena, HI 96714
Located in Haena Beach Park, this is the first cave on your way to Ke'e Beach.

• General: Cost: Free • General: Photo Opportunity
• Cultural & Historical: Heiau / Sacred Site

Dorothy A
Joined: Jan 2018
Reviews: 35
Likes Received: 1
Not that exciting for most but our children really liked exploring here.
Vickey W
Joined: Mar 2017
Reviews: 123
Likes Received: 46
Stopped at the Maniniholo Dry Cave just to check it out, nice photo. It is interesting to see if you are in the area so stop and check it out and take pictures.
Sue K
Joined: Mar 2016
Reviews: 196
Likes Received: 9
A huge cave with a sand base, worth checking out if you are at the beach opposite. It is pretty dark at the back, so a flashlight is useful to see the detail. It is pleasantly devoid of trash. We took a walk around it and a couple of photographs. It only takes a few minutes.
Kandy H
Joined: May 2016
Reviews: 47
Likes Received: 2
If you are driving through the area or at the beach stop and check it out. It doesn't really go anywhere that I could tell. It had been raining so there was some water dripping down off the walls outside. It will only take a couple of minutes to see it and get a photo.
rachel m
Joined: Aug 2014
Reviews: 229
Likes Received: 19
Easy cave to check out. The entire floor of the cave is sand so that's kind of cool, but it does not go anywhere (that I saw) and so you walk in check it out and walk out. Neat if you are already in the area.
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