The black sand beaches in Hawaii are one of the coolest natural sights to see in the islands. These natural wonders made of crushed lava rock are rather rare on a global scale, and people travel all over the world just to catch a glimpse of one. However, there are twelve black sand beaches in Hawaii alone!
Even though this amazing Hawaiian Island is rather small, it can be quite daunting to try to determine where to stay on Oahu. There are simply so many options! Do you want popular Waikiki? Kid-friendly Ko Olina? Or perhaps the lazy North Shore? Considering staying at a vacation rental? Or just want to opt for the usual Oahu hotel? This guide to where to stay on Oahu will explore all of these areas and more, so you can decide on exactly where to stay on Oahu.
Going to a luau is a must-do on any trip to Hawaii. However, it can be quite difficult to find one that has preserved traditional Hawaiian culture. To help you out, here are four spectacular luaus on Oahu.
It’s not every day that a completely new beach is created. Pohoiki Beach, also known as Isaac Hale Beach Park, was created in October 2018 from the lava flow from the Big Island’s Kilauea Volcano. The lava was hardened into lava rock, and then the huge waves broke down these rocks rather quickly into glistening black sand at this brand new black sand beach.
It pains me to title a post in such a negative way. Don’t misunderstand me – Papakolea green sand beach in Hawaii is absolutely stunning. But there is a scam being run there, and I don’t want anyone to fall for it.
Kua Bay is one of the most stunning beaches on the Big Island of Hawaii. As a matter of fact, I put it in my post of the best beaches on the Big Island not too long ago! Here’s everything you need to know to have a fantastic time at Kua Bay.
Sometimes it can be hard to pick the best beaches on the Big Island of Hawaii. After all, there are stunning sandy nooks tucked away all over the island’s coastlines. That said, I’ve compiled a list of three of my favorite beaches on the Big Island of Hawaii.
The North Shore of Oahu is known for its surf, sand, and sun. Most people don’t think about the restaurants on Oahu’s North Shore – and there are quite a few delicious ones! Here are the ten tastiest North Shore, Oahu restaurants.
Kahana Bay Beach Park is one of the most hidden beaches on Oahu, Hawaii. If you visit on a week day, there won’t be more than a handful of people! And there’s so much to do there! Here’s everything you need to know about this amazing beach.
The Makapuu Lighthouse trail is one of the easiest hikes on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. People conquer this paved path all the time with their children, grandparents, and pets – that’s how doable it is! Plus, at the end, you get quite the stunning view of the southeastern part of Oahu, including the historic Makapuu Lighthouse.