Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge
5 expert reviews
“Bird watching at its finest. Take this opportunity to view red-footed boobies, Laysan albatrosses, wedge-tailed shearwaters, and other seabirds in their natural habitat.”
"A 200-acre headland habitat—the only wildlife refuge open to the public—that includes cliffs, two rocky wave-lashed bays, and a tiny islet." Full review
The primary draw for many of the refuge’s half-million visitors is the Kilauea Point Lighthouse.
"A beacon for sea traffic since it was built in 1913... a national wildlife refuge, where thousands of seabirds soar on the trade winds." Full review
"Home to some of Hawaii's endangered wildlife, this refuge also has sweeping views." Full review
"Red-footed booby birds, soaring frigates, spouting humpback whales, basking monk seals and frolicking spinner dolphins are just some of the wildlife your family may see." Full review