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The bay isn’t the only choice for water activities. Take a journey, via kayak or stand-up paddle board, on the Hanalei River. Fed by Mount Waialeale, the river meanders under the one-lane bridge, built in 1912, and into Hanalei Valley.
For those looking to pursue a more strenuous workout, hike the Okolehao Trail. Picture-perfect postcard views are your rewards of the physically demanding 2.5-mile (4 km) trail.
Ching Young Village and Hanalei Center, with historical buildings such as the converted old Hanalei Schoolhouse, provide shopping and browsing opportunities within close vicinity of your Hanalei home. From surf shops to art galleries, featuring local artists, visitors can purchase a keepsake to remember their island getaway.
Whether you choose to BBQ, grab take-out, or have a sit-down meal, prolific food choices await you. Buy groceries at the supermarket or health-food store, walk up to a food truck window to order a “plate lunch,” or take a seat in a bistro to drink a tropical cocktail and savor modern, fusion cuisine.
Regardless of how you satisfy your appetite, don’t forget to try a Hawaiian shave ice. The dessert is best enjoyed when flavored with traditional local ingredients, like coconut, lychee, and lilikoi. Please don’t forget to add a scoop of ice cream, like macadamia nut or mango, to add to the decadence.
As the free roaming roosters and chickens will remind you, Hanalei seems untouched and unspoiled by modern-day standards. The resort-free town welcomes you with a warm aloha and visitors will come to understand the meaning of “island time,” a slow, relaxed pace that guarantees to refresh your spirit.
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