One of the more remote beaches along the West Hawaiian coastline, this beach is not as beautiful as her sisters Kaunaoa or Hapuna, but it still is a popular beach for snorkeling, swimming and diving. Access requires a turn off of Hawaii Belt Road and down several miles to the shoreline. The views are spectacular especially at sunset. There is an open area for parking along with restrooms, picnic tables and fresh water showers. The area was used as a port of call in the steamship days, and there are records of Queen Liliuokalani visiting on her tour around the Big Island. One might even get to see dolphins swimming here.
Beaches/Bodies of Water
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