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Kekahakai State Park


Kekahakai State Park

Where: North Kona, island of Hawaiʻi
Activities: Swimming, snorkeling, hiking
Amenities: Parking, bathrooms, picnic tables

Travel down Queen Kaʻahumanu Highway and follow the signs to a narrow and bumpy road that will take you to this secluded beach. While it may be a bumpy ride, crystal blue waters and palm tree-lined sands await. Visitors have been known to also spot the occasional monk seal here. (If you do see one, please be mindful as monk seals are currently endangered species and protected by law.) Located near the airport, Kekahakai is a great last stop before your flight.

Please note: Hawaiʻi's ocean and beach conditions are as unique as the islands themselves. Visit HIOCEANSAFETY.COM which constantly monitors the surf, wind, and reports from public safety officials that directly affect the conditions for safety of Hawaiian beaches. Use the hazard signs on HIOCEANSAFETY.COM as well to quickly assess conditions and help you find the appropriate beach for your visit.

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