HANALEI BAY & PIER
End of Weke Road, Hanalei, Hawaii 96714
Harbor Office: (808) 241-3114
• 22° 12′ 41″ N, 159° 30′ 00″ W
This site is NOT affiliated with the State of Hawaii, Harbors Division, DLNR nor DBOR.
The Hanalei Pier was originally built of wood before 1892. In 1912 the pier was extended to 340 feet in length.
In 1921 the legislature authorized $25,000 for a new concrete deck, as the wooden deck was too difficult to
maintain in the harsh, tropical weather of Hawaii. A roof was constructed at the far end of the pier in the 1940's.
The Hanalei Pier was heavily damaged in 1992 from Hurricane Iniki. In 2012-13, the canopy at the end of the
pier was restored. The Hanalei Rotary Club raised over $170,000 to restore the neglected canopy in a "Save
• No moorings at Hanalei Pier • Use Restrictions
• Off-shore moorings in Hanalei Bay available seasonally
(May - October, Permit Required)
Originally owned by the state of Hawaii, the base of the pier is a Kauai County park
called Black Pot Beach. To north is the Hanalei River, where a public boat landing
provides recreational and commercial access. The Hanalei Pier has been a gathering
place for the people of Hanalei since it was abandoned for shipping in 1933 due to
cheaper rice being grown in California. The Hanalei Pier was added to the National
Register of Historic Places listings in Hawaii in 1979.
Depart from Kikiaola Small Boat Harbor on the sunny west side or from
Hanalei Bay on the lush north shore.
Enjoy a narrated tour as we take you down the Na Pali coastline.
Explore up to six ancient sea caves, cascading waterfalls, and some of
the best snorkeling spots on the North Shore!
Take in Na Pali’s splendor and dramatic views! Explore ancient sea
caves, waterfalls, and look for wild life as we cruise down the Na Pali
coastline. Dress to get wet and plan to catch a lot of sun and sea spray!
5-5134 Kuhio Hwy, Hanalei, HI 96714
Most Holo Holo Charters' tours
depart from Port Allen Harbor.
adventures to Kauai’s, world-famous Napali Coast and remote locations
like Lehua Crater off the “Forbidden Island” of Niihau. Say yes to
adventure and come explore with us—4,000-foot cliffs, emerald valleys,
secluded beaches, sea caves, lava tubes, dolphins, whales, snorkeling,
sailing, sunsets, and much more!