25 Apr 2019
Approximately 52 inches of rain fell on North Shore of Kaua‘i in April 2018, causing flooding and road closures. However, roads leading from the beautiful Hanalei enclave to Ha‘ena is open to residents and visitors renting legal vacation rentals. All visitors will need a permit (provided by the property manager) On June 13th, 2019, the road will be open to the public. That means it's time to beat the crowds and book your North Shore Kauai home!
Featured Haena, Kauai Vacation Rentals
Haena, Kauai | 4 Bedroom, 4 Bathroom
Discover the elegant and spacious King Hale. Set beachfront in a lush tropical jungle, King Hale is located in the serene community of Haena, just 4 miles north of Hanalei.
Haena, Kauai | 3 Bedroom, 2 Bathroom
Kauai's North Shore has been a frequent backdrop for countless movies due to its incredibly lush beauty and phenomenal beaches. Nestled within this gorgeous, pristine expanse, lies Haena Kai. Set back just thirty paces from a soft, deserted, coral sand beach, this three-bedroom, two-bath, elevated home awaits your family retreat.
Kaua'i North Shore Traffic Advisory
Although the road to Haena will be open, restrictions will apply and there is expected to be long lines at one lane bridges as the roads are still under construction. If you want to venture out to the beautiful North Shore of Kauai, please be aware of the current Kaua’i North Shore Traffic Advisory.
- Bridge work continues north of Hanalei on three one-lane bridges.
- Hā‘ena State Park, including Kalalau Trail, Hanakāpī‘ai Beach and Falls, and access to Kē‘ē Beach, is closed and there is no public parking.
- Hā‘ena County Beach Park, including access to Makua (Tunnels), is closed and there is no public parking.
- Limahuli Gardens is closed and there is no public parking.
- Parking on Kūhiō Highway in Hā‘ena is prohibited. Parking fines are $200 for first offense.
- All public parks and facilities in Hā‘ena are closed and there is no public parking.
- No Public Restrooms are open beyond Hanalei check point.
The Kaua'i North Shore Shuttle service will launch in early June and run between Princeville and the Hā’ena State Park stopping at various points along the way. It will service visitors and residents alike with stops at merchant centers and County lifeguarded beaches.