Waikanaloa Wet Cave
Kuhio Highway, Hanalei, Kauai, Hawaii

One of two wet caves in the area, Waikanaloa is the more easily accessible for its convenient location near the road. The murky, stagnant waters of this cave were once clean and clear, and it was regularly used as a swimming hole. Unfortunately, swimming today is prohibited and the cloudy waters are not all too inviting anyway. Still, it’s an eerily beautiful sight, and legend has it that Pele, the goddess of fire and volcanoes, dug these caves as a gift for her lover, but abandoned them after they filled with water. Hike up the hill to find the second wet cave, Waikapala'e. Also, a trek down the road will lead you to the Maninholo Dry Cave.

Kauai, Hawaii Tourist Attractions
Anini Beach County Park
Captain Cook's Monument
Fern Grotto
Grove Farm Homestead Museum
Hanalei Beach
Hanalei Pier
Hanalei Valley Lookout
Hanapepe Valley Lookout
Kalalau Lookout
Kalapaki Beach
Kauai Aadheenam Hindu Monastery
Kauai Coffee Co
Kauai Museum
Kauai Plantation Railway
Kauai Soto Zen Temple Zenshuji
Kauai Tubing Adventure
Ke'e Beach
Kilauea Lighthouse
Kilohana Plantation
Kokee Natural History Museum
Limahuli Garden
Mahaulepu Beach
Maniniholo Dry Cave
Menehune Ditch
Menehune Fishpond Overlook
Moir Gardens
Na Aina Kai Gardens
Na'Pali Coast
National Tropical Botanical Garden
Opaeka'a Falls
Poipu Beach Park
Polihale State Park
Princeville Botanical Gardens
Raiders of the Lost Ark Opening Scene
Red Dirt Waterfall

Russian Fort Elizabeth
Salt Pond
Secret Beach
Secret Falls
Spouting Horn
St. Raphael's Church
Swinging Bridge
The Green Room
The Hanalei Bridge
The Queen's Bath
Tunnels Beach
Wai'oli Mission House
Waikanaloa Wet Cave
Wailua Falls
Wailua River Overlook
Waimea Canyon
Waioli Huiia Church

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