Kailua-Kona Big Island
This gem of a beach is a true slice of paradise. Fronting the fishing village of Ke'ei it combines desolate sands with a view of Kealakekua Bay, the first Hawaii landing site of Captain James Cook.
The beach features nice sand, a tidepool, and is fairly good for snorkeling. Follow the road to Kealakekua Bay, turn left on the bumpy paved road to Honaunau, then make a right down the unpaved rough road to Ke'ei.
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