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This fence guides hikers along the Coastal Trail on the Mokulēʻia side of Kaʻena Point. The fence keeps hikers off of sensitive dunes to prevent erosion and to avoid damaging habitat for native plants and invertebrates. The area is a restoration site for plants that support yellow-faced bees, a native bee that helps pollinate plants along the trail. Watch the video above to learn more about yellow-faced bees and the efforts to bring them back to Kaʻena Point.
Welcome to Kaʻena Point! Our virtual tour today starts on the north side of the point, near the end of the road in Mokulēʻia. This area is managed by DLNR Division of State Parks, and as we get to the point we will enter Kaʻena Point Natural Area Reserve, managed by DLNR Division of Forestry & Wildlife. The trail out is about 2.5 miles one way, and is hot and sunny. When we reach the point, we will make a counter-clockwise loop through the Natural Area Reserve. You can learn more about Kaʻena Point at the link below.
Please rotate the device into landscape mode and insert into your VR headset.