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Dixie Maru Beach (Kapukahehu)

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Dixie Maru Beach (Kapukahehu)

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Kurt H wrote a review Jan 2020
Salt Lake City, Utah309 contributions92 helpful votes
There are few drive-up snorkeling beaches on Molokai, but this is one. Snorkeling is mostly on the south/left side as murky water on north side. Not a snorkeler?, this beach is good for swimming and lying on the beach. Overall, only about 400ft wide beach. There are some filtered shady spots under the thorny trees, and a couple picnic tables. Overall, a beaut! To find it, you have to drive literally all the way to the end of the road on the southwest side of Molokai.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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317leonb wrote a review Dec 2019
Hagensborg, Canada2 contributions1 helpful vote
Lived on Molokai for nearly 5 years as snowbird resident. Beach was awesome for a few years but climate change or other factors cause high muddy and bacteria laden water to exit into bay. What is need is a holding or settlement area further up the drainage to contain the rare but heavy occasional deluge. It's Always about the money. Settlement pond or lake was done further north to protect Papohaku Beach from the same result years ago.
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Date of experience: June 2019
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Chowa-Rides-Again wrote a review Dec 2019
Bend, Oregon1,977 contributions382 helpful votes
If you are on the west end of Molokai you will likely drive to the end of the road to this beach. But we found it small and muddy. In winter the beach is rough not great for swimming or snorkeling. But you’ll need to get over the muddy gulch to get to the beach area. Try to find the path around to the right.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Barbara C wrote a review Oct 2019
Westminster, California8 contributions2 helpful votes
After I discovered this beach I have gone back several times. I have never seen more than 5 people there at any one time. The water is lovely. Saw some fish. Mostly enjoyed sitting in my beach chair and reading my book in the peaceful quiet. Yes, there are thorns...they are on many beaches. Once you get the area closer to the water, I did not step on any thorns. I have great flip flops and never have any trouble. By sunset, I was alone. It was a stunning view! Oh and there is a shower to rinse off.
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Date of experience: October 2019
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abyss64 wrote a review Sep 2019
Seal Beach, California352 contributions16 helpful votes
There's a convenient parking area for this beach, but that's about it. From the parking lot, you have to walk through a muddy gulch to get to the beach. Hopefully it's dried up if you go, but when I went, I got mud all over my shoes. Once you get to the beach, it isn't impressive. Like others have posted, the water is brown (probably from the aforementioned muddy gulch) and uninviting. I had absolutely no desire to enter the water. Also, lots of thorns on the ground, so watch your step. With other nice beaches in the area (e.g., Make Horse Beach), I'd skip this one.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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