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This place is called ke'anae point or ke'anae valley.
FOOD/DRINKS: None available here.
WORTH IT: Yes!
Plenty of Free PARKING.
Drive all the way to the end of the road where you will find a parking lot. Views are beautiful!
No seating anywhere....More
This is must stop along the road to Hana. The road onto the peninsular is very narrow but the end of the peninsular has great views of the coast in all directions. There arr large waves crashing on the rocks causing huge sprays of water...More
Ke’anae Point is a short little jaunt off the Hana Highway, but is well worth it for me. The views of the coastline are stunning, and the waves crashing into the volcanic rocks are truly an audio/visual experience. This was a great place for photos...More
This place was stunning from every aspect to include: history, volcanic shores, and beautiful blue seas! It’s incredible that this peninsula survived a direct hit tsunami in 1946. Well, the only remaining standing structure is the church! Life makes its comeback in this beautiful place!
This was a stop on a road to Hana tour but it was nice. There are bathrooms. The old church is very quaint but the lava formations and the waves coming off them is really stunning. We enjoyed this stop.
Just off the Hana Road, and near a cute hidden hot dog joint, is a stunning vista of the Pacific, waves, lava rock and beauty. It's rustic, as it should be, quiet and not often populated. Take lunch, sit and look at true Hawaii.