Shopping… The S. Tanaka Store in Kahuku is a must-stop place if you love bottles and
Haleiwa means serious shopping for those who know that the unhurried pace of rural life can conceal vast material treasures. Ask the legions of townies who drive an hour each way
just to stock up on wine and clothes at Haleiwa stores. Haleiwa is an eclectic little beach town, with lots of small shops that center around surfing and ocean activities. There is everything from impressive art galleries to a handmade soap factory. You could
spend a whole day strolling around this quaint area.
Below are our Haleiwa highlights.
Art, Gifts & Crafts-- Haleiwa's shops and galleries display a combination of marine art, watercolors, sculptures, and a plethora of crafts trying to masquerade as fine art. This is the town for gifts, fashions, and surf stuff -- mostly casual,
despite some very high price tags. Haleiwa Gallery in the North Shore Marketplace displays a lot of local art of the non-marine variety, and it's a fun place to explore.
If you want more sophisticated shopping, you could drive or take the bus (which goes around the whole island and comes every half-hour) to Ala Moana in Honolulu, or down the eastern coast to the
The Estates at Turtle Bay, Inc.
P.O. Box 366
Kahuku, HI 96731
+1 (808) 293-0600