We stopped there after hiking the Kalalua trail. We needed to chill after that hike.
It is very hard to find and not marked well to find it. We found local boy who showed us a alleyway to park in and access between people houses. It almost seemed like private property.
The beach was gorgeous and uncrowded. There were less then 20 people there at 430pm.
This was the the best place we have ever snorkeled. We saw many thousands of fish and at least 50 different varieties. We had several big turtles swim up to us. They seemed as curious to see us and we were to see them. The water was crystal clear. The section of beach we were on was not a swimming beach because of all the coral, but a great snorkeling spot. Sand was soft on the shore.
There was many types of coral there-Lots of diversity . We saw a couple areas of damaged coral.
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