Tourism: Dining & Shopping in Oʻahu

Tourism accounts for a majority of the daily visits to Hale‘iwa, as well as the North Shore as a whole. Whether tourists seek opportunities for surfing, dining or shopping in Oʻahu, Haleʻiwa is one of the most visited destinations for many great reasons. This is why Hale‘iwa establishments work hard to uphold a commitment to remaining culturally perpetuating, as well as culturally relevant.

Hale‘iwa Store Lots provides a hand-crafted selection of merchants and retail spaces for visitors to peruse through that are unique to the area. It offers a truly exceptional, island-inspired experience when shopping in Oʻahu. Visitors may also browse through pieces of apparel, art, memorabilia, and sample and taste delicious foods that showcase the best of what the area has to offer.

Here are just a few of the many factors that contribute to Hale‘iwa Store Lots’ unique community:
• According to a survey conducted by the State of Hawai‘i Dept. of Economic Development & Tourism (DEDT), more than half (51%) of all visitors to O‘ahu visit the North Shore.
• An estimated 2.4 million tourists visit the North Shore a year, or almost 7,000 visitors, per day.
• US census estimates a total of 15,607 permanent North Shore residents.
• Located about 75 minutes away from Waikīkī without traffic.
When considering options for dining and shopping around Oʻahu, be sure to plan a trip to the one-of-a-kind Hale‘iwa Store Lots.

Hale‘iwa Store Lots’ pays homage to the community’s culture and plantation-style charm.