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Советы местных жителей
If you love just to chill by the bay , run or walk along the 2 mile beach , surf or learn to surf, or watch the sunset. This is one of the nearest beaches in Princeville and an all time favorite for locals.
Hanalei Bay is quintessential Hawaiian beach that will surely create lasting vacation memories. Highly recommended for the incredible ocean views, rainbows, and waterfalls. The beach is perfect for long walks and the ocean water is always refreshing. The mornings are best for family photos…
A Beautiful large Bay. Bring all your beach gear and just hang out for the day.
Hanalei has several lifeguards as well as bathrooms, pavillions, and showers -- a volleyball court -- several surf instructors. The town has great little eateries and shops. Check out Hanalei Strings for some great music. Chicken in a Barrell for great food.
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Рекомендации от местных жителей
“Slightly more challenging beginning surf lessons. See the Kauai Beach Boys”
- Рекомендуют 3 местных жителя
“Beautiful lookout spot. Fairly easy parking. Vendors are next to the parking should you wish to purchase souvenirs. ”
- Рекомендуют 16 местных жителей
Point of Interest
“Gorgeous views and the start point for the Kalepa Ridge Trail or airplane trail. It is unofficial and located to the left of the chain link fence. You will see a trail that goes behind the fence and down the hill. For experienced hikers and may be closed.”
- Рекомендуют 9 местных жителей
Point of Interest
“Very professionally done. We like the family atmosphere of the Smith's Family Garden Luau but this luau is also great in a different way. Food is very good!”
- Рекомендуют 2 местных жителя
Grocery or Supermarket
“Safeway a great grocery store for those who need a great late night Ice cream, or pickup a movie from the local red box. Has a local deli- bakery & more.”
- Рекомендуют 19 местных жителей