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Honokalani Black Sand Beach

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Honokalani Black Sand Beach

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Honokalani Rd Waianapanapa State Park, Hana, Maui, HI 96713
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Cary F wrote a review Apr 12
13 contributions1 helpful vote
This is a unique spot. The road to access it is closed and signs are not very welcoming. However, we went for sunrise and enjoyed the place to ourselves (and didn't feel like we were encroaching on the locals). I think it's best to walk here from a permitted parking spot and I recommend shoes with good grip for the trail.
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Date of experience: April 2021
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Ga-ATL wrote a review Mar 2021
Atlanta164 contributions72 helpful votes
This is different than the other beaches! rocks have been beaten into sand making the beach pebbles to sand , but black!
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Chodo wrote a review Jan 2021
Phoenix94 contributions35 helpful votes
Definitely worth your time to stop on the Hana Drive. It's smaller than many of the beaches and generally rough and windy. Nice hiking and walks. We spent about 45 minutes on a cloudy windy day. Just beautiful. There are several fruit stands on the road into the park from the highway that make it easy to stop.
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Date of experience: January 2021
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Kevin Parsakia wrote a review Jan 2021
Vienna, Virginia2,967 contributions211 helpful votes
We visited the beach on our way to Road to Hana which can take all day if you do they entire tour. The beach is gorgeous and it's such an amazing area to visit if you have the ability to make it out there. Bring a waterproof camera if you get the chance. I would suggest you bring a towel and change of cloths so you don't get sick. You also have the ability to walk around the park.
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Date of experience: December 2020
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TravelLove886 wrote a review Nov 2020
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania155 contributions51 helpful votes
The fact that such a cool-looking place actually exists is amazing and I loved every second of this beach! If you want the most technicolor vista you've ever seen, come here, because the contrast of dark black (not grey, not salt & pepper... BLACK) sand against the vibrant light and dark greens of the plants and brilliant blues of the ocean will BLOW YOUR MIND. The pictures do not come close to doing it justice, I promise you. Take a boogie board because the waves are rough and fun. DONT take the sand and rocks - the Hawaiians believe you'll be cursed, but more practically it just erodes the beach. Park in the free lot, walk down the steps, tuck your things in one of the little dry coves against the cliff, and enjoy
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Date of experience: November 2020
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