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Ha'ena Beach Park, Park
Hawaii

Ha'ena Beach Park is confusing to differentiate from Makua (Tunnels Beach) to the northeast. This is the little park near the parking area. Lots of tents detract from its beauty but there seemed to be numerous locals. One tent was making and selling crafts while you watched.

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Uploaded: 08/07/2011
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Tags: hawaii; kauai; ha'ena; beach; park; cave; fishing; swimming; snorkeling; scuba; reef; tourist; attraction
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