My friend and I spent the day here swimming and snorkeling. It is beautiful with white sand and very few rocks in the water. If you go to the sides of the beach it is nice snorkeling. Go early, it gets crowded.
If you are looking to get away from the crowds of people this is it. Once you leave the main road it is a very rough drive through a lava rock field. You don't need 4 wheel drive but a SUV or something with high ground clearance is advised. This goat path of a road is about a 15-20 minute... 更多
We went when it was windy in Waikoloa bc it is sheltered by trees. Waves can still get pretty big. The road in is super 4x4 and the parking can be quite busy. We really liked this beach though!
I have spent many weeks at this secluded beach and know some of its history. What makes it special is the brackish water that fills up the bay. There are lava tubes that allow rain water to flow through the coarse white sand and lesson the salt content. It is delightful to swim and the water is so clear! All... 更多
That perfect crescent of white sand with palm trees to give some shade if you need it. Well worth the slow ride in from the highway and it's no problem to find your own nice piece of the beach, especially on weekdays. One of our favourites!
With a sandy beach and a sandy bottom, a nice surf break, and clean facilities, this is by far our favorite beach on the island. Go during the week and get there early if you want to park near the access. The only negatives are a tricky short hike to the sand, and no lifeguards.
Sheet balls. Best beach ever. No one there. Driving over ancient Pahoehoe. Need 4x4. Cried leaving. Magical. Every other life experience results in suicide. Heaven.
This beach is beautiful and well worth the bumpy ride to the trailhead. We had a jeep, but i saw some very small rental cars that made the trip, so don't let the bumps keep you away. Its about a 5-10 minute walk from the parking lot. Porta potty facilities. The sand is very course and loose and makes for... 更多