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Found this after work on a business trip to Mauna Lani ... made my whole trip with wildlife, gardens, walking trails, outdoor opportunity within steps of the hotel and conference location. Close enough to visit on lunch break too.
Hiked along the trail at the park. A nice hike where you can view some petroglyphs and walk through some lava tubes where the Hawaiian indigenous took shelter. Also some scenic coastal fish ponds where the indigenous would raise fish. A very nice walk and...More
We rented a condo (in the Mauna Lani Golf Villas section) that was only a few minute walk to the Mauna Lani Historic Park trail. We used the trail everyday to walk or jog to the Mauna Lani Beach. A few informative signs about the...More
This walk is on a mostly paved pathway in the Mauna Lani resort area. It's wonderful in the morning when it is not too hot. It goes over lava fields and contains the remnants of an ancient lava tube home. There are historic fish ponds...More
This was on our way to look at the turtle pond at the Mauna Lani and we all left happy that we came.
As the kids had recently watched Moana, they got a kick out of all the lava and the walk through it. It's...More
We parked at the park to walk over to Mauna Lani to go snorkeling. This is the place they tell you to park at and do the walk over.
The only interesting thing about the park is the big cave/lava tube that they say was...More