Come visit the alluring stretches of white sand and blue turquoise waters of Hawaii Island. These exclusive beaches are ranked amongst some of the top locations in the world. These rich and historic beaches are what makes this island so special. From soft white sand, to corse-blacksand shores, the island displays its majestic raw beauty for everyone to enjoy. What makes this Island unique is that it is home to 1 of only 4 greensand beaches in the world! While some beaches are easily accessible, others require a more adventurous spirit. It is important to be well prepared, so that you can have a safe and relaxing experience with family and friends.
The stunning white sand Mauna Kea Beach, historically known as Kauna`oa Beach, is located on the Kohala coast.
If this is your first time visiting Pohiki, it is a wild geological wonder where the earth literally created new land, beaches and forever changed the coastline of Hawaii Island.
Popularly known as Beach 69 which was named after the number of the old telephone pole that once served as a marker to signal beachgoers to turn.
Home to spinner dolphins, sharks and a wide array of reef fish, this conservation site is beyond breathtaking.
Its crystal waters are home to a wide variety of native marine wildlife and beautiful healthy coral.
Waipi`o is the sweeping valley that has inspired legendary mo`olelo (stories), beautiful Hawaiian mele (song) for hundreds of years.
This valley is a hikers paradise offering sweeping views of the Hamakua Coastline.
This East side surf spot is just minutes away from downtown Hilo!
Follow parts of the historical “Kings Trail” to a beautiful marbled black and white sand beach.
Chances are high that you might get to see a Hawaiian Monk Seal at this beach.
Hawaii’s best kept secret is also the official starting point of the Ironman Championships.
A family favorite for many Kama`aina.
Wiggle your toes in the powdery white sand of the tidepools while being surrounded by marine life!
Dark-inky volcanic sands that give this beach its distinctive look.
The crown jewel of the Kohala Coastline!