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Destination Guide

D.T. Fleming Beach Park

Lower Honoapiilani Rd at Honoapiilani Hwy, Honokahua, HI 96761 808-661-4685 HONOKAHUA. Glistening with white sand, this expansive beach offers a great place for sunbathing. If you need a respite from the heat, the beach also benefits from a stand of trees that shades its inland side. Throughout the year, swimming is ideal, although the surf can be a bit aggressive during winter months. Showers, grills, restrooms, and parking are all available, and the best part of the beach is the northern end, which steps back a bit from the large island resorts

Hamoa Beach

Hana, HI HANA. Situated at the base of tall cliffs, this beach feels somewhat secluded even though it stretches out in a long, gentle curve. Its grey sands, formulated from lava and coral, give it a unique character. The surf is most gentle during the summer, but swimming is enjoyable year-round. Nevertheless, beach-goers should always be aware of surf conditions and act accordingly. Rip currents can be a concern.

Ho’okipa Beach

Mile #9, Hana Hwy (Hwy 36), Paia, HI 96779 808-572-8122 PAIA. A mecca for wind-surfing enthusiasts, this beach is one of the best anywhere according to those in the know. It’s not great for swimming, but it’s a terrific place to hang out and watch local and international talents negotiate waves up to 15-feet high. On any given day, you’re likely to see stunts that will leave you awe-struck if not open-mouthed in amazement. Restrooms, showers, and several grills are available on the park grounds.

Kaanapali Beach

off Honoapiilani Hwy, Lahaina, HI 96761 LAHAINA. Surrounded by resorts and shops, this beach ­ known as one of BIG ISLAND’s best ­ can be quite crowded. With its golden sands and calm waters, it’s no surprise that its appeal is wide-ranging. Whether you want to swim, snorkel, sunbathe, or people-watch, you won’t be disappointed. The one drawback is that there are no public facilities; however, you can step into one of the area resorts if necessary. Adventure-seekers can test their mettle at nearby Black Rock. From this geological formation, ancient Hawaiians believed spirits left the earthly world; it’s now a sign of bravery to make the ambitious leap into the ocean below. More Details

Kamaole Park III

2800 S Kihei Rd, Kihei, HI 808-879-4364 KIHEI. As you might expect, there are two other beaches with this name in the vicinity, and they all share long stretches of white sand. They also offer terrific swimming opportunities and the presence of lifeguards. Public facilities are available, as are picnic areas and a children’s playground. All three beaches are nice, but Kam III, as it’s called in the vernacular, is generally the favorite. It’s even been voted as one of the best places to watch the sun set on BIG ISLAND.