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We got here in the morning and rented paddle boards and kayaks. This was all doable until about 11:30 to 12 noon when the wind started to kick up and the waves became choppy. Do the SAP and snorkeling all before 11 am if you...More
This breathtaking beach is gorgeous and the scenery is incredible. Lovely soft sand but beach is surrounded by ancient Hawaiian fish ponds and lava formations. Palm trees sway in the breeze created by the trade winds. The calm water in the bay is perfect for...More
This beach area offers many options.
A long sand bar for relaxing in the sun, having an easy ocean area for floating, or swimming.
There is a nice beach restaurant Lava Lava Club (Caution: you will wait over an hour for a dinner table. They...More
we went to have have a good view of the sunset. great beach. safe. lots of water activities are offered.
since Hilton and mariott are around with King and queens shopping village you can spend a good amount of time. lots of places to eat...More
I used to windsurf here regularly, now kite surfing took to the waters. It is still a nice spot to kayak, snorkel and many boating adventures are available here. Whale watching in the winter months, a glass bottom boat and sailing vessels with BBQ picnic...More
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We saw them in the mid afternoon over to the right hand side of the Bay. I was snorkeling there when to my surprise I saw a turtle swimming along about one foot beneath me. I could have touched it. This continued for several... More
We saw them in the mid afternoon over to the right hand side of the Bay. I was snorkeling there when to my surprise I saw a turtle swimming along about one foot beneath me. I could have touched it. This continued for several minutes. Even more surprising the turtle came out of the water when I did. It looked around for a while before re-entering the water..