Located on Kauai's North Shore, this tropical beach park is a popular beach for swimming, snorkelling and sunbathing during the summer months and it is the last stop before Ke'e Beach. In winter, Ha'ena Beach becomes a popular spot for experienced surfers who enjoy the section Cannon's Beach to have fun in the high waves.
In the background of the beach park rises the Mount Makana (Bali Hai) in lush green colours. The scenery here could not be more dreamlike, the vibrant green of the tropical plants, the massive rock in the background, the turquoise-blue water with white sand. Ha'ena beach is long and goes into Tunnels Beach .
Those who enjoy camping can also spend the night here but only with permission, which you have to get beforehand if you are not Hawaiian.
One of the most popular attractions on the northern part of the island is the Maniniholo dry cave, which is located directly across the street from the park and a visit can be wonderfully combined with a day at the beach.