Pay small parking fee to entry. Then another fee to entry the beach.also takes about five to ten minutes to walk from car park to beach , or you can catch a trolley car down .Before you are allowed to the beach you have to...More
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Few trics that can make your day: 1) if you get there before opening our (which I guess is 7:00.. we arrived at 6:30 AM) you get in for free and you don't have to pay parking and you can choose the best spots on...More
Caught the bus from Waikiki which was really easy. Entry to the beach is $7.50 per person as it is a protected reserved. It's open 6am - 6pm and closed on Tuesdays. There is a shuttle that goes up and down the hill which is...More
We arrived later in the afternoon and it was crowded but crowds started to thin towards later afternoon. There is a video presentation to watch for 1st timers - not too long. Then down to the beach. There are restroom & changing facilities, as well...More
Environmentally responsible snorkeling on a large bay south island. Plan on spending the day. The introductory movie is brief but important. The facilities at the bottom are great, bathroom, changing rooms and showers. All food sales happen at the top of the bluff so be...More
Very crowded, so i don't think there is a quiet time to visit. In saying that from the information you receive at the video presentation to actually swimming and snorkelling in the bay is truly amazing. The different varieties of fish you encounter while swimming...More