On each island in Hawaii, beaches abound. Whether it is swimming, snorkeling or surfing there are so many choices.
On Island that is big, no less than 23 beaches are available to the public, and all share the same pristine coastline. Winter months usually are better times to visit if you’re interested in surfing and going for some really extensive, enjoyable swimming. For example, Mahaiula Beach on the Kona Coast is spectacular.
You want to see white white sand? Here’s the best place to go. The swimming pool is within Kekaha Kai State Park, which in addition Oahu’s best beach park has views that are beautiful and “introduces” you to the unusual beauty of the island before you actually reach the seaside! You are able to furthermore swim, snorkel, and boogie-board the day away in the summer months. As every one of the beaches is special, the summit of Puu Kuili, a 342-foot-high cinder cone, provides a fantastic view of Big Island’s coastline. Beyond the bay, you are able to scuba dive and examine the underwater caves and tunnels — also a sunken ship!
On the island of Kauai, Salt Pond County Beach Park, in Puolo Point, is just among about 33 beaches on this island. It’s beside the one functioning salt ponds in the entire Hawaiian Islands — where an early Hawaiian art of making rock salt by evaporating the seawater continues to be going on. You actually will not find anything remotely like this anywhere else on earth.
Swimming conditions are normally safe on this island, except during periods of high surf. Kauai offers excellent snorkeling areas, and surfing and windsurfing are very popular here as well. Lifeguards are readily available on several of the beaches, but not all — make sure you check out before you head out. The best times of the entire year to test these beaches is from mid May to September, but make sure to watch out for those heavy, high surfs and even riptides.