This place was awesome, particularly if you're staying in Hana and could get there early. We were the only ones there for quite a few hours and it was a really cool "Gilligan's Island" type of feel.
Per one of the other reviews the true red sand beach requires a hike around the lava peninsula you'll see to your left when you go down the first hill, but to be honest that section at the bottom of the hill is very nice too. There are great coast views from that spot and I think the sun shines harder there, but the water is too rough for full fledge swimming at that spot, but you could walk in up to you'r knees to cool off. Actually there are a few little pools of very still water in that spot that are like knee deep and I threw my snorkel on and some some of the best stuff of my whole trip. I did see a butterfly fish, some sort of prawns, a massive urchin and numeours sea cucumbers along with numerous other less recognizable varieties.
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