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Reviewed 1 week ago

Beautiful to walk or snorkel next to the Mana Kai Hotel. A locals' favorite. Go into the waves to boogie board or get over to the reef to snorkel on a calm morning for success. Otherwise the waves have a pretty sudden forceful break to land you on the beach.
We had a few great days, then when the Trade winds came up the rest of the week was hopeless for snorkeling.

Thank Suzanne P
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago

My go-to beach when I had a condo across the street. You could walk the beach down to the heart of Wailea past the Four Seasons with great views along the way (I've walked by Stallone and Rod Stewart and his family). The beach itself is private enough for even Cher to pull up a chair and spend the afternoon.

1  Thank billegee123
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Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Hidden away and mostly uncrowded.
Although this is a public beach, it fronts a effluent neighborhood. The water is usually calm and can be enjoyed for swimming and weather fun. There is a shower for rinsing off and a portable potty. There is a small parking lot right above the beach and a much larger one down the street a bit.
Go early or later in the day for best parking availability.

Thank M Q
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

And you have keawakapu. The sand is a deep orange, some of the softest you will ever set foot on. There is a decent surf spot towards the southern portion. With views of Molokini, Kahoolawe, and Lanai, the sunsets here are unforgettable.

Thank SurfEscape
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

This is one of our favorite beaches to take long walks on in the mornings. The sand is clean and lovely, with very few rocky areas. The beach-goers are spread out, so not overly crowded. Also a great place for the kids to go body-surfing. Good people watching and lots of gorgeous homes to look at as well. We start out from Kamaole Beach III and walk the length of Keawakapu - love it!

Thank KerriD26
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Reviewed 2 October 2018

This was a very quiet beach with great waves and it was not as crowded as the other beaches that we visited. We were able to enjoy the serenity of the location. The family and I will definitely visit again.

Thank mikemarcos
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Reviewed 2 October 2018

Spemt some time walking in the sand and sitting and watching swimmers in the water. Will go back swimming today. Very nice spot.

Thank Ray B
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Reviewed 27 September 2018

We visited Keawakapu Beach for a day. It was one of our best beach days in Hawaii. It was an excellent beach for walking, swimming, snorkeling, and sitting. There are chairs and umbrellas to rent as well as snorkel gear. Also excellent ocean/turtle views plus dining options at the resorts on the beach.

Thank Mark D
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Reviewed 25 September 2018

We travel to the island often and find this beach mellow and a good walking beach. Easy to connect with the locals who walk their dogs. Surf not too rough, clean, and the long happy hour at the Mana Kai (on the end of the beach) is not to be missed.

1  Thank Tony R
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Reviewed 23 September 2018

There are less crowds here which made this an amazing beach to visit if you want a quiet relaxing time.

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