Things To Do

Things To Do

  • Hale o Keawe and accompanying kiʻi images on a clear day.
    Explore Cultural Sites!

    Most visitors explore the park via the Self-Guided Walking Tour or Audio Tour. Click for more information.

  • Man in traditional clothing practices traditional rope making while seated on a lauhala mat.
    Experience Culture!

    Cultural demonstrations take place almost every day in the park. Click the picture above for more information.

  • A view of the 1871 trail along the coastline
    Go Hiking!

    Hike to Kiʻilae Village on the 1871 Trail. Click the picture above for more information on how to safely hike in the park.

  • Three young fishermen pose with their fishing poles at the water's edge
    Learn about Fishing

    The Hawaiian people have a deep cultural connection to fishing and managing ocean resources. Learn more about fishing here.

  • Coconut trees tower high over two visitors enjoying the view of the ocean from the picnic area
    Relax in the Picnic Area!

    Relax in the shade of coconut trees as you enjoy the picturesque Picnic Area. Click for more information.

  • People gather on black lava rock at the popular snorkel spot,
    Snorkel outside the Park at "Two Step"

    Snorkel Hōnaunau Bay at "Two Step" located outside the sacred grounds of Puʻuhonua o Hōnaunau. No ocean access allowed within our park.


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Last updated: November 7, 2022

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