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This area is a must visit any time I go to Oahu! It is frequently crowded on one side, where snorkelers are trying to see the turtles. I go in on the far side of the beach, where its a bit more rocky, but I've...More
Hanauma Bay is so naturally beautiful, that it practically needs no explanation. It wasn't terribly busy the day that we went (on a Sunday, so I was surprised), we found parking easily and found a place on the beach pretty quickly. The water was great,...More
Get there early. The park opens at 7 but the parking lot opens at 6 I believe. They do not limit the number of cars in once it is full so you can be driving around for a minute trying to find a parking place...More
Beautiful bay. It's a bit of a process to get there, and once there it took s while to get to the bay as you have to line up, watch a video, then you can either walk down to the bay or pay a buggy...More
Great location to see many different species of fish. Beautiful landscape and while there are a lot of people there, it doesn't feel crowded.
If you are driving, get there by 7:30am or you will not get a parking spot and have to park outside...More
Outstanding, beautiful place to snorkel above the beautiful protected reek, to view the beautiful, colorful fish, turtles and marine life before your eyes!! You begin this venture by entering area where they explain what & whatnot to do as you swim about the reef, what...More
Hanauma Bay is a nature preserve, which means that the sea life there is protected from fishing and other human harm. The coral reefs are currently going through a (heartbreaking) bleaching event, but the fish, crabs, sea cucumbers, etc. are all flourishing. The beach itself...More
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If you get the $2 one day pass (+ a valid TheBus Senior Card or U.S. Medicare Card for proof of age), you can have unlimited rides and transfers for 27 hours. I'm not sure where on the island you would be coming from, but... More
If you get the $2 one day pass (+ a valid TheBus Senior Card or U.S. Medicare Card for proof of age), you can have unlimited rides and transfers for 27 hours. I'm not sure where on the island you would be coming from, but with the pass you could really take any path that you wanted to to get on Route 22 for a drop off at Hanauma Bay.