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We did not feel like it was a good place to swim with the waves as strong as they were, but did see some surfers enjoying it. It is a short little beach but very beautiful to walk around and admire. You can stop for...More
Not sure why people say you can't swim here, the bay/tidal pools are amazing. Our kids loved it and we went with two smaller kids, three and one. The walk in has some scary spots if you are a child or elderly. For anyone else,...More
GO!! Technically, you have to trespass to find the actual beach but it is well worth it. There is a tricky-ish trail leading to the beach, however there were young kids with parents, so it is manageable. Seriously, one of the most magical places on...More
We have been blessed to be able to travel to Maui on several occasions. The road to Hana is an experience and if you can stomach the car ride, I suggest to do it. It's not the easiest trek to walk so be careful, especially...More
A little difficult to get to. Park at the school. Wear good shoes that do up, no flip flops!
The beach and caves are beautiful. Worth the climb in my opinion.
Don't be put off by the homeless in the caves, they won't bother you,...More
The walk is not very far, but wear runners or hiking boots to ensure your footing is secure, the path is narrow and can be slippery after rain. Once you arrive the view is breathtaking, it is protected from the wind and the waves and...More
Tricky getting to this beach but worth the narrow path & steep drop off. Wear water shoes or something with grip that can get wet too. We used the shaka app for our road to hana trip & it explained how to find the trail...More