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Anaehoomalu Bay

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Haley
Haley
January 30, 2020
Great beach to go and hang out for the day. Water is calm and beautiful. If you take a long walk on the beach you will often see honu (sea turtles) basking in the sun. Also next door is a very fun venue called Lava Lava Beach club. It has an amazing view of the ocean, happy hour, and good food. It…
Valerie
Valerie
September 13, 2019
"A-Bay" is located in the heart of Waikoloa where you can fine-dine, go shopping and features a lovely protected bay great for sunbathing, going for a swim or just relaxing. Stand-up-paddle boards are available for rentals and there is a restaurant/bar located right on the sand! Be sure to go…
Meghan
Meghan
September 1, 2019
Our favorite beach! Great for families.
John
John
August 18, 2019
‘ANAEHO’OMALU BAY – Another nice Kohala beach. Even those born and raised here usually call this six-syllable tongue twister A BAY. This long, curving salt-and-pepper sand beach is popular with both locals and visitors. The swimming is best in the sandy center, whereas the snorkeling (though not…
Emily
Emily
July 15, 2019
Closest white sand beach. Free parking, great lagoon for swimming.

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Point of Interest
“Beautiful beach. Parking is limited for the public so get there early. You can also Valet park for $20.”
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Natural Feature
“Anywhere along Puako Beach Drive. Best snorkeling and whale watching on the Big Island in warm waters and lots of turtles to swim with.”
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Natural Feature
“KE-AWA-IKI BEACH – This black sand-and-gravel-lined bay is never crowded due to the access-to get there you have to walk on a lava road half the time, and rougher ‘a’a trail to the right of the fence the other half. Few on the island even know it’s there. (It takes about 15 minutes to walk to it.) The water off the left (south) is clear and offers good snorkeling when calm, but be wary of currents. The best snorkeling is usually in the center of the bay. If you keep walking past the southern edge of the bay, there are lots of tide-pools to explore on an older, smooth pahoehoe lava shelf at low tide. Past the right (northern) side of Ke-awa-iki Bay is Pueo Bay, lined with black pebbles and semi-protected with nice swimming on calm days. Located 20 miles north of Kailua-Kona just after mile marker 79.”
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Restawran
“The best place to catch a sunset and listen to Hawaiian music while enjoying a beautifully crafted dinner menu. ”
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Cafe
“Their fire roast coffee is the best and the staff is very nice. Plus they are our neighbors”
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Lokasyon
Puako, Hawaii 96738