Wander by the sea, should you ever need to find me…
We set off to explore new beaches and revisit old ones everyday we were on the island. There’s nothing quite like road tripping down the coastline and stopping at each patch that caught our eye. More beaches we visited and repeats from our last trip, HERE.
Probably the most difficult beach we’ve tried to reach. We had to hike down a very steep “path” with only the aid of ropes tie to nearby trees. Once we finally made it down, it was the most glorious piece of earth we’ve laid eyes on. Quiet and small.
One of the best places to snorkel on the island. A favorite of our from the first trip. Plus, a monk seal wobbled up to the sands for a nap!!
An interesting beach made of colorful pieces of smoothed out glass. Most of it has been picked clean, but walk out a little further and you’ll find some more.
It’s the most popular beach on the south side. Shallow waters for snorkeling and many kids around. It’s the most convenient beach that’s for everyone.
Anini Beach Park
We came here a few times. There’s a campsite, so the crowd is mixed. The water is extremely shallow and there’s reports of sea turtles feeding here, though we’ve never found them!
Another favorite beach of ours from the first trip. Amazing for snorkeling!
Polihale Beach Park
Out of reach from those not adventurous enough to off-road into the park. We literally drove for 20 minutes on the bumpiest dirt road to get here. It was so worth it. Miles of pristine sand with the Napali Coast framing it. It doesn’t get more beautiful than this. We also found washed up scary bluebottle jellyfishes.
More pics from our first trip: Ke’e, Tunnels, Queens Bath, Hanalei and Kalapaki Beach.