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Polihua is SO special! We have been out here twice before and it is always wonderful. Be by yourselves, the beach is your own with no one in sight except maybe a bot off shore. Lovely sand and surf! We have seen two whale shows...More
On the same, VERY ROUGH road as Garden of the Gods! MUST have 4-wheel drive! The beach is absolutely gorgeous! Very wide, long beach. Only problem, is you CAN'T swim! Too many rip currents! - you'll end up in Tahiti! Nice to splash and just...More
To me the biggest attraction on Lanai are its beaches. This one has it all. plenty of shaded area's to picnic wonderful shore line plenty of places to snorkel and lots of fish to see. I even seen a family of sea turtles.
Visited on Valentine's Day with my 3 grown/almost grown children.
We had the beach to ourselves until we were about to leave, a couple showed up looking for turtles.
We did not see any turtles but there were plenty of whales in the channel. It...More
This was a great beach. We had it all to ourselves. It's about a half hour past Garden of the Gods. The road is very rough but if you take it slow you'll be fine. It's a huge beach and we were the only ones...More
This is the end of the road if you're visiting from the Garden of Gods. You definitely need a jeep to get here, and it took another 30minutes of unpaved and bumpy road driving from Garden of the Gods. But well worth it.
Lanai is a perfect example. On the east end you've got a beach where the sand was made by wave action, On the west it was created by current. So what's the difference? The difference is measured by the nature of the dangers.
You must have an appropriate vehicle to manage the dirt, cratered road, but it is worth the trip. You drive through the Garden of the Gods to get to the beach. Chances are great that you will be alone on this long pure white sandy...More
This beach is very hard to get to. You need a 4x4 and the willingness to go through a rough unpaved road with ponds of water to drive through. You are not supposed to be able to swim here, so we probably cannot recommend that,...More