What should I do on the Big Island? Loll on the beaches of Hawaii Sun-Drenched West!

Beaches of Western Hawaii

In the rain, melting snow and snow until next May, imagine, lying under a blue cerulean sky bathed in sunlight on a warm golden beach, playing in the temperature of the water bath and diving among Tropical fish with bright colors and placid sea turtles, but incredible. Too good to be true? West Hawaii, this dream day of relaxation is our reality of everyday life. The year-round climate on the west coast of the large island is universally superb, reliable warm, indescribably delicious, the rain shadow of two enormous volcanoes extending from sea level to nearly 14,000 Feet in the sky. Our sandy beaches, golden mile long lines of sand bordered by turquoise waters on one side and palm and mangrove stands on the other small, small patches of white sand dropped in the middle of the city where all They gather to cool off in the afternoon and watch the incredible sunsets of West Hawaii. Let’s take a quick tour of just a sample of the amazingly fabulous, romantic, relaxing, beautiful beaches of western Hawaii. Our journey begins at the northern end of the Kohala coast and continues south to the southern tip of the Kona coast.

Hapuna Beach

Always ranked in the Top 10 American Beaches, Hapuna Beach is the premier beach destination on the island of Hawaii. Length, breadth and phenomenally sandy, it has everything you could wish for in a Hawaiian beach: plenty of sun, surfing, clean water, calm and clean, shade and well-maintained facilities. There are lifeguards, several pavilions, barbecues, picnic tables, toilets, showers and a small cafe. The center of the beach lends itself well to playing waves and boarding boogey, north and south coves are quieter, promoting diving or soft floating.

Waialea Beach (beach 69)

A perfect crescent of golden sand supported by abundant shade by the beach makes it an ideal, although the family beach little known. After 10 hours and days of wind the water in the bay is a little darker than ideal for snorkeling, but most visitors to this beach does not seem to matter. A chain of small islands and pinnacles leads northward to crystal clear waters and a long coral reef for snorkeling and exorbitant scuba diving all over the state. A trail to the north promontory leads to a secluded cove (often clothing optional), then go to Hapuna Beach. Although most of the shore is relatively free of currents, known only snorkelers who are strong swimmers want to dive into the northern end of Waialea, beyond the bay and reef, passing the arc of the sea and Hapuna – a long, but rewarding swim with some of the most incredible underwater scenery available to the snorkeler in the world. Puako exit from the highway and turn north towards Hapuna. 71 Pole near a newly paved road and parking indicate the beginning of the short path to the beach. The bathrooms, picnic tables, water and showers complete the facilities.