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.
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.
There are so many things to do in Hawaii – from visiting canyons to swimming with dolphins to even seeing snow! Sometimes it’s hard to keep track of all of the activities on the eight Hawaiian Islands that are worth your time. To help you out, I’ve created a Hawaii bucket list of sorts with 50 amazing things to do in Hawaii.
There are so many North Shore beaches on the island of Oahu, but most tourists tend to go to the same handful of beaches. As a matter of fact, even in my Ultimate Guide to the North Shore of Oahu, I limited myself to only eight of the many North Store beaches. So, without further ado, here is a full list of all of the beaches on the North Shore of Oahu (that I, a local, know of) listed from East to West.
The island of Oahu, Hawaii is filled with stunning beaches. Some are perfect for surfing, some for snorkeling, some for swimming, and some for suntanning. Whatever your preference, here are ten of the best beaches on Oahu.
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Ask anyone what’s the one animal they’d like to see in Hawaii, odds are, their answer will either be 1) dolphins or 2) turtles (which locals call honu). Unfortunately, most visitors have no idea where to see either of these lovely sea creatures! So to help out with half of that situation, I’ve decided to write about where to see turtles on Oahu! Continue reading “Where to See Turtles on Oahu, Hawaii”
I did not ever think that I would be writing an ultimate guide to Kapolei, Hawaii post, but I am. The little city I grew up in is starting to boom, so I’m starting to think that it deserves an ultimate guide of its own.
*Note: while the Ko Olina Lagoons are included within the Kapolei zip code, they will be excluded from this guide, as I have already written about the area in The Ultimate Guide to the Ko Olina Lagoons.
Huge waves and surfers. That’s what the North Shore, Oahu is known for across the world. However, there is so much more to do and see than surf and watch surf competitions (although both of those can be pretty fun). To help you find some other activities to go on the North Shore, here is the ultimate guide to the North Shore, Oahu.
Lanai is the smallest, publicly-accessible island in the Hawaiian chain. With a population of 3,000 people, no stoplights, and only 30 miles of paved roads, Lanai is a destination that usually gets overlooked. However, there are quite a few amazing things to do on Lanai, so here are the best of them.