At the coast of Kalaemanō, the interpretive trail connects with the Ala Kahakai. The Ala Kahakai was designated a national historic trail in 2000 to preserve, protect, and interpret traditional Native Hawaiian culture and natural resources. The Ala Kahakai National Historic Trail is a 175 mile long trail network corridor that traverses through hundreds of ancient Hawaiian settlement sites, some of which are found at the coast of Kalaemanō.
Please stay on the shoreline trail. The lands mauka (inland) of the trail are private property.
For more detailed information regarding management and public use of the Ala Kahakai beyond the Kalaemanō Cultural Reserve, please visit the National Park website www.nps.gov/alka/index.htm
Please exercise caution when walking along the shoreline
Any or all of these conditions may exist. Please use extreme caution.