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49 Black Sand Beach

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Carlos
Carlos
March 2, 2020
Cool Black Sand Beach location. A bit of a hike/treck to get to, wear appropriate walking shoes/sandals.
Mindy
Mindy
November 15, 2019
A small black sand beach good for snorkeling and swimming. There is not much shade so bring your sunscreen.
Paul
Paul
September 12, 2019
Private Black Sand Beach with a guard 24/7 and very few people admitted each day. First come first serve for about 10 parking spaces. Black sand beach with showers, public bathrooms and no crowd. Ideal for snorkeling and swimming in calm waters. The black sand stays warm as the sun starts to…
John
John
August 18, 2019
Snorkeling is a popular activity at this compact & tranquil beach with volcanic sand & calm waters. You can walk to this beach from our villa. Be careful as it is a walk along lava rocks along the coastline. It is about 3/4 of a mile walk. You can also drive there but there is limited parking…
Jeremy
Jeremy
June 27, 2016
Secluded, black sand beach located behind a private community in Waikoloa. Access is limited to a small number of vehicles at one time. The sand gets very hot during the day, so be sure to take water socks or wear your slippers (flip-flops). Not a lot of breaking waves, so it's relatively calm. …

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Beach
“MAU’UMAE BEACH – Pretty, secluded, un-crowded during the week and decent swimming when calm. Nice place for a picnic and you may have it to yourself during the week. Snorkeling is only fair due to slightly cloudy water. Access is through the Mauna Kea Resort entrance, right on Kamahoi and don’t be deterred when it starts looking like an entrance to the maintenance yard. Drive past the building and cross two white bridges. Be sure to come back before 5p.m. when they close the gate at the second bridge. Park near pole #22, or farther back up the road in the dirt lot. Less than a 5-minute trail walk from your car. No facilities.”
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Natural Feature
“KE-AWA-IKI BEACH – This black sand-and-gravel-lined bay is never crowded due to the access-to get there you have to walk on a lava road half the time, and rougher ‘a’a trail to the right of the fence the other half. Few on the island even know it’s there. (It takes about 15 minutes to walk to it.) The water off the left (south) is clear and offers good snorkeling when calm, but be wary of currents. The best snorkeling is usually in the center of the bay. If you keep walking past the southern edge of the bay, there are lots of tide-pools to explore on an older, smooth pahoehoe lava shelf at low tide. Past the right (northern) side of Ke-awa-iki Bay is Pueo Bay, lined with black pebbles and semi-protected with nice swimming on calm days. Located 20 miles north of Kailua-Kona just after mile marker 79.”
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Point of Interest
“The resort does a 'talk story' evening every month on the Saturday closest to the full moon. Lots of people just bring blankets or folding chairs, and picnic type food. Live music and story telling is presented from a small cottage on the beach.”
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Park
“LAPAKAHI – Located in Lapakahi State Historical Park near mile marker 14 on Highway 270, this is a reserve and there is no real beach here. But the snorkeling is exceptional. The water is clean and clear in Koai’e Cove between site 11 and site 7 near the coconut grove. Not much coral but lot’s of fish. Stay inside the cove, the waters get unfriendly outside of its protection.”
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Point of Interest
“With options for every age group, interest level, and time schedule, our swim with dolphin experiences make the perfect addition to your Hawaii Island vacation.”
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68-1107 Honokaope Pl
Waimea, HI 96743
Telefonszám(808) 887-0531