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Kahe Point Beach Park

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Kahe Point Beach Park

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Andrew wrote a review 20 Jan
Washington DC, District of Columbia5 contributions
We snorkeled all over the island on our trip (Haunama Bay, Sharks Cove, Ko Olina, Queen’s Beach, Turtle Canuon) and this was by far our favorite. We started our swim out to the pipes at 7 am ish. The water was SO clear! We saw turtles, eels, and tons of fish. I hear you can see dolphins sometimes too. This is not for beginners. The water is deep and getting out there is definitely a swim. If you’re semi comfortable in the water you should be fine but just read online about the safest way to go about snorkeling here. Definitely worth your time.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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elizabeth534 wrote a review Nov 2020
San Francisco, California130 contributions23 helpful votes
This area is also called Electric Beach because it's across the street from the power plant. It's about a 6-min drive from the Ko Olina resorts. The water and view was beautiful. The entry point is challenging so not recommended for kids.
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Date of experience: November 2020
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Studyhardallday wrote a review May 2020
Waianae, Hawaii95 contributions4 helpful votes
Beautiful place to hang out and get some sun (-: This place is a beautiful place to have a picnic and enjoy the day (-: They have a cove that individuals can swim and enjoy the ocean which is fascinating (-:
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Emily I wrote a review Feb 2020
79 contributions26 helpful votes
Many of the locals consider this area electric beach. It is a great shore diving and snorkeling location with lots of life on the pipe running from the electric plant. Getting into the water as a diver can be a bit of a pain with all the people boogie boarding, but once you get out it's a easy dive. Be sure to bring a dive flag and reel because there is a lot of boat traffic with large catamarans bringing snorkelers to the area. There is also great diving to either side of the pipe, and even a wreck and sea caves to one side.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Steve Membership wrote a review Nov 2019
Denver, Colorado70 contributions53 helpful votes
One of the best quiet beaches on western shore. Getting there is really easy off of the Farrington Hwy. I parked over in the Tracks Beach Park parking lot. Enough parking for maybe 50 cars but was never busy when I was there. Conveniently had a shower station to rinse off. Known for the abundance of fish and wildlife viewing. Saw a seal swimming near the power plant. Sand was powdery and smooth. The beach was very clean.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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