Hulopo'e Bay Campgrounds

Address: Hulopo'e Beach, South Shore, Lanai City, Lanai, Hawaii, 96763, United States | Campground
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This campground, located on Hulopo'e Beach, South Shore, Lanai City, is near The Challenge at Manele, Hulopoe Beach, Kaunolu, and Naha Beach.
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    Travel Blogs from Lanai City

    Aloha from Maui

    A travel blog entry by suejohnston22 on Dec 29, 2014

    4 comments, 10 photos

    At last we are ready to start our holiday...a gentle and steady easing into the Hawaiian laid back lifestyle, after a long and tedious journey here. We spend lots of waiting around times, but eventually arrived to another 27th December. We quickly equipped ourselves with a mustang convertible and wound our way along highway 360 to arrive in Maui in time for happy hour and whale watching. A couple of Long Island iced teas later and we were ready to hit the sack. We ...

    Maui and Mai Tais

    A travel blog entry by shannonmac on Sep 24, 2014

    1 comment, 10 photos

    ... land and that was that!
    Right away I could see that MAUI IS BEAUTIFUL! It is so green with trees, especially palm trees, and there were sailboats and people parasailing over the sea which is amazing to watch and reminded me of when I got to parasail with five other friends in Mackinaw Island last summer!
    So we got off and us three dancer girls started the day together walking around and exploring. We took lots of pictures with our ship in ...

    A few days exploring Maui

    A travel blog entry by diannemurray on Jun 28, 2014

    6 comments, 64 photos

    ... crater, with good views down into it, and some interesting information on volcanoes.

    From here we head back down the hill, taking the turn-off to Kalahaku Overlook and parking area, with more views into the crater. On the way down we have to be careful passing groups of mountain bikers on the bike tours which take bikes up the hill so they can be ridden downhill for 27 miles. Looks pretty scary to us. Apparently they used to go for 38 miles from the top of ...

    Hawaii day 4

    A travel blog entry by aammons1992 on Dec 29, 2013

    ... tell. The whales come to Hawaii to breed and not much else and while this female already had a calf this didn't deter the males from trying. We didn't really see much action other then the occasional back out of the water and the blow hole spraying water. But then as we were on our way back to the harbor, the mother and calf decided it was playtime and began smacking the water with their heads and breaching, that is jumping completely out of the ...

    Lily's 11th Birthday!!

    A travel blog entry by lakegirl on Aug 03, 2013

    1 comment, 25 photos

    ... its crystal clear waters and is home to more than 250 species if fish. We had a continental breakfast aboard the high tech catamaran on the way to Molokini. As we boarded the ship, they took our pictures, outfitted us with our fins and masks, and then we found our way to the top of the deck for a fantastic view of the harbor and ocean. Ma'alaea is the windiest harbor in the United States and the 2nd windiest harbor in the world after a harbor in New Zealand. They weren't ...