Top 11 Best Caves in All of Hawaii

Waikapalae Wet Cave:Last but not least is the Waikapalae Wet Cave. This hidden gem is a shallow cave that is easy to access. You can find this lovely wet cave in Haena State Park. 

Thurston Lava Tube:Another excellent top-rated cave in all of Hawaii is the Thurston Lava Tube in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park. This 500-year-old lava cave is a unique experience.

Spitting Cave:This thrilling and lovely cave pushes the water out with force, which is a sight to see. There is no parking to get to this cave. 

Shark’s Cove:Shark’s Cover is a gorgeous and rocky tidal pool and snorkeling site on Oahu’s world-famous North Shore. 

Mermaid Caves:The first cave on our list is the Mermaid Caves in Oahu. It’s a beautiful cave, which can be difficult or dangerous to reach.

Kula Kai Caverns:It’s hard to see inside the Kula Kai Caverns. These lava tubes are near South Point. The caves are over 1,000 years old. 

Kilauea Caverns of Fire:The Kilauea Caverns of Fire is another excellent Hawaiian cave. Although not as popular as others on this list, it’s well worth a mention. 

Kaumana Cave:The Kaumana Cave is another jaw-droppingly beautiful cave in Hawaii. This stunning cave is on the island of Hawaiʻi. The nearest city is Hilo.

Hana Lava Tube:These unusual winding caves were likely formed about 900 years ago.

Fern Grotto:The Fern Grotto is another breathtaking cave in Hawaii. It’s located in Kauai and has a rich cultural and geographic history.

Bubble Cave:There are a few ways to access the Bubble Cave. You can either start from Makena Landing Park or 5 Graves. 

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