This small pocket beach sits at the center of a large cove with a low, flat, rock shelf fronting the rest of the beach. Behind the beach are the highest sand dunes on the south shore. Adding to the rugged beauty of the area, waves have cut jagged edges, spires and caves into the lithified dunes and sea cliffs.
The rocky offshore bottom and surf preclude swimming in the cove. This shoreline is prized for its beauty and solitude. The beach is occasionally visited by fishermen, trail riders from CJM Stables and Hawaiian monk seals looking for a quiet place to rest.
Haula Beach Video
Map & Directions
Follow the dirt road four tenths of a mile from Kawailoa Bay to the entrance to Ha‘ula Beach. The trail to the beach takes about five minutes to walk and is marked by two metal posts that stop vehicle traffic.
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