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This beach is one of the places where you can stop on the way around the island to Honolulu. The water is rough. The waves are high, and there are rip tides. My nephew told me it's dangerous. You'll find food trucks and picnic tables..
As we approached the beach with our children, we were greeted by a friendly and helpful lifeguard who strongly advised us to keep the kids out of the rough water due to strong rip tides. We let them get wet up to the ankles, and...More
I was at this beach specifically for the sunrise and it did not disappoint. I was there on July 19, the sun came up around 6am so be there around 5:45 to find a good spot. I saw about 10 folks there so not crowded...More
First of all be careful here. The beach is beautiful and the surf is good but it can be dangerous. Do not let small children swim unattended here as there are strong rip currents. Great place to boggy board and body surf.
There is ample...More
Went on a catamaran dinner cruise which included the fireworks from off short. Dinner cruise was ok but the fireworks show was mediocre at best. Unfortunately a not so exciting end to our night out. Scope and breadth of the fireworks display did not get...More
We ended up visiting in a windy day and the water seemed to be roughed up so much that it was just impossible to keep yourself afloat. surfers I am sure love this place for their sport, overall good place to sit and watch one...More
It was a great spot to stop and wet our feet on the sand edge. The waters were calm when we went but there were a couple surfers. We enjoyed our stop here, an unforgettable memory touching the Pacific Ocean.