During low tide in Kane'ohe Bay, a sandbar known as Ahu O Laka emerges, forming a temporary beach in the middle of the bay. The Kane'ohe Bay Sandbar is a favorite spot for recreational boaters to drop anchor, fire up the hibachi and enjoy a cold beer. The panoramic view from the sandbar is breathtaking. The calm turquoise water is home to abundant marine life including turtles and hammerhead sharks. Several tour boat operators run snorkeling and dive tours to the sandbar from Hee'ia Pier in Kaneohe. The tours usually include the use of water toys and lunch.
Animal Life, Beaches/Bodies of Water