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Kahaluʻu Beach Park

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Kahaluʻu Beach Park

Where: North Kona, Island of Hawaiʻi
Activities: Swimming, snorkeling
Amenities: Parking, lifeguard

Located just south of Historic Kailua Village (Kailua-Kona) in the Keauhou area, Kahaluʻu Beach is known for honu (Hawaiian green sea turtles) that frequent its shores. Home to the Kahaluʻu Education Center (KBEC), whose mission is to promote “reef etiquette” to protect the bay’s fragile ecosystem. Its calm waters make it a great place for snorkeling.  Beach closes on occassion during coral spawning.

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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