The Maniniholo Dry Cave is a shallow cave on Kauai’s North Shore across the street from Haena Beach Park. The cave was formed when sea levels were higher and waves carved an opening in the rock. Visitors can walk to the back of the cave, which is about 300 yards deep. The Waikanaloa Wet Cave is just up the road.
The cave is named after Maniniholo, the head fisherman of the legendary Menehune, Kauai’s mythical dwarfs.
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Maniniholo Dry Cave Photos