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We decided to go to the Manini-holo Dry Cave because it is across the street from Ha'ena Beach. The cave goes back about 150 feet, but was larger before 1957 when a tsunami filled part of it with sand. We went in and my husband...More
Not really sure why this is even listed as an attraction. It's more something you walk by and look at briefly when at haena beach park or walking from overflow parking to kee beach. It's worth a few minutes to look at but is more...More
While At Tunnel Beach-checked out the Dry Cave across the road from it. We didn;t consider it a major attraction but when you are that close, you might as well check it out.We walked over half way in. The walking surface is a little rough...More
While this isn't a major attraction, the dry cave and cliffs are still impressive and easily accessible. Bring a flashlight, it's dark in the back, and watch your head! Right across the street from extensive Haena/Tunnels beach.
On our drive north we visited the dry cave however the wet cave was closed off due to rain/danger. Not worth a stopover of longer than 5 min but cool to walk around inside the dry cave. Watch your head with low ceiling height and...More
Both the Dry Cave and the Wet Cave on the North Shore highway extremity are disappointments after having seen massive and extensive cave systems on other Caribbean islands (e.g., Jamaica Mon!). These Caves amount to holes in walls and should not be “need to see”,...More
These caves are not a primary destination. That being said they are cool to add with your trip to the North Shore of Kauai. The wet cave(Waikanaola) is across the parking at Ke'e beach. This was roped off. the trail to the second cave was...More
Cave entrances vast and visible to the side of the road leading into the State Park, but unclear as to how far they go into the cliff face. At the time of my visit the 'wet' cave was closed off with safety barrier tape. The...More