Hawaii Beaches

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  • Wailea beach: Keawakapu Beach

    Keawakapu Beach

    Wailea, Maui
    This long stretch of white sand is ideal for families looking for a little relaxation on one of Maui's most beautiful beaches. You will find amazing views of neighboring islands Kaho'olawe, Molokini, and Lanai jutting up from aqua marine waters.... Read more
  • Kihei beach: Kamaole II Beach Park

    Kamaole II Beach Park

    Kihei, Maui
    The most hidden of the three Kamaole beach parks, about half-a-mile south from Kamaole I, this beach is just as gorgeous but about half the size of its northern neighbor. Many people drive by unaware of Kamaole II's existence as a small sign... Read more
  • Kihei beach: Sugar Beach

    Sugar Beach

    Kihei, Maui
    The longest continuous stretch of sand on the whole island, this beach has fantastic views of nearby islands of Kaho'olawe, Molokini and Lanai, and a gently sloping expanse of sand that is perfect for walking and jogging. It is home to two... Read more
  • Maalaea beach: Ma'alaea Beach

    Ma'alaea Beach

    Maalaea, Maui
    A great, remote, but easily accessible stretch of Ma'alaea Beach is the home of the oceanfront portion of the Kealia Pond National Wildlife Refuge. The refuge itself spans 691 acres of wetlands and is the home of many endangered bird species as... Read more
  • Haleiwa beach: Pupukea Beach Park

    Pupukea Beach Park

    Haleiwa, Oahu
    A sweet little beach and snorkel area that is often overlooked as it sits between two much more popular parks on Oahu's North Shore. Pupukea is also referred to as "Three Tables" because of the 3 flat rock formations a short distance out in the... Read more
  • Keauhou beach: Kahalu'u Beach Park

    Kahalu'u Beach Park

    Keauhou, Big Island
    This small and grey sanded beach is the most popular in the Kailua-Kona-Keauhou coastal corridor. The abundance of clear calm waters and the extensive reef system filled with colorful fish make it the perfect spot for snorkeling for everyone.AT... Read more
  • Kapaa beach: Kealia Beach

    Kealia Beach

    Kapaa, Kauai
    Kealia is on the outskirts of Kapa'a town and represents the best wild and open beach on the Eastside. The natural beauty of this area is apparent once you walk out on the sands of this undeveloped shore. Kealia is the "go-to" beach for locals... Read more
  • Poipu beach: Shipwrecks Beach aka Keoniloa Beach

    Shipwrecks Beach aka Keoniloa Beach

    Poipu, Kauai
    Soft sands stretch out wide welcoming you to one of the largest undeveloped beaches in the Po'ipu resort region. The Keoniloa Bay and Beach, also known as "Shipwrecks", has a forested edge and a small cliff that reaches out into the ocean for a... Read more
  • Makena beach: Polo Beach

    Polo Beach

    Makena, Maui
    If you want to experience a day at a resort setting with great sunny weather, fantastic views and easy ocean access, then this could be your South Maui beach of choice. Polo Beach is a county wayside beach park nestled between the Polo Beach... Read more
  • Mauna Lani beach: Holoholokai Beach

    Holoholokai Beach

    Mauna Lani, Big Island
    What this small beach park lacks in a sandy shoreline, it makes up in gorgeous ocean and mountain vistas, shady picnic areas, public restrooms with handicapped parking and picnic tables. In addition, there is a public beach trail that allows... Read more