Highway 560, Ha'ena, North Kauai
This dry cave is one of several sea caves located in the area. The cave, which is about 300 yards deep, used to be much larger but the 1957 tsunami partially filled it with sand. Legend states that Manini-holo, chief fisherman of the Menehune (little people) dug this cave in search of the supernatural beast, akua, who had been stealing their fish. In actuality, the ocean used to be much higher and these caves were formed from thousands of years of ocean waves beating against the lava and etching away the rock.
Take Highway 560 west from Ha'ena. The Dry Cave is located on the left side of the road, just before Mile Marker #9, across the street from the Ha'ena Beach Park.
Easy access to this tube across the street from the Ha'ena Beach Park
Bring a flashlight to see the intricate details of the ceiling of walls of the cave
Two wet sea caves are located nearby: Waikapala'e and Waikanaloa .