• Kaloko fishpond wall is over 800 ft long and spans a natural cove


    National Historical Park Hawai'i

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  • Mauka-Makai Trail From Visitor Center to 'Ai'opio Fishtrap Closed Aug 11-22nd

    Due to the unforeseen weather conditions of Hurricane Iselle, the trail maintenance project will be extended an additional week from Aug 18-22nd. Please contact the Park Visitor Center at (808) 326-9057 for additional information.


Green sea turtles
Green sea turtles can usually be seen basking along the park's shoreline.
Bryan Harry photo

Our most visible reptile is the green sea turtle which can be seen swimming offshore feeding on seaweed or basking on the rocks or sand. The green sea turtle is a threatened species and is protected by both state and federal regulations. Avoid disturbing them by remaining at least 15' away at all times. Learn more about green sea turtles by clicking here...

If you look on the tree trunks or plant leaves, you may spot one of several species of geckos found in the park. Most of the geckos found in the park were introduced in recent times.

Did You Know?

Hawaiian man building a rock wall

Did you know in Hawaii, stones played an important role in everyday life. They were used for tools, cooking, and building walls and religious structures.