This is a beach on the south side of Honolulu. The place is quite big and not too many people. It may be that it was late when we came here. It is a beautiful beach and is very scenic.
Makapuwu Beach is on the east side of Honolulu. There are not many tourists, but the traffic is very convenient and the distance is not far. The sea view is good. The blue sky and white clouds are the sea. There are fewer marine entertainment items here. Everyone plays in the sun and water.
From Waikiki Beach, take the windy coast all the way north, and soon you will be in Makapuu Beach Park, a paradise for water sports enthusiasts with its fine white sand and azure sea.
Sooooo beautiful, you'll poop your pants. This side of Oahu is much calmer and peaceful.
One of the best spots for some amazing clear, blue, island water you can swim in as long as the high tide doesn't bring in too much rush of water. It's a bit of a climb down to get to, but completely worth it once you get there. Just follow the white chalked arrows that guide you. You work up a sweat to get there, then you feel the best once you jump in the water. Just be careful of any black/spiked wana. They are poisonous.
The climb down and up is a little challenging due to the many loose rocks, but definitely worth the amazing view!
Fun time poking around tide pools and watching the waves roll in over black lava rock pools. Lots of crabs and tiny hermit crabs. Fun stop and great scenery.
A bit of a hike but well worth it. Wear watershoes because the pools have sharp floors. It's a gorgeous place to be but at winter high tide the waves can be large and overwhelming.