You'll be one of the few outsiders at this Waianae Coast beach at the very end of the road. If it weren't for the little strip of paved road, it would feel like a deserted isle: no stores, no houses, just a huge sloping stretch of beach and some of the darkest-blue water off the island. Locals come here to fish and swim in waters that are calm enough for children in summer. Early morning brings with it spinner dolphins by the dozens just offshore. Though Makua Beach up the road is the best spot to see these animals, it's not nearly as beautiful or sandy as "Yokes." Amenities: showers; toilets; parking (no fee). Best for: solitude, sunset, swimming.
81-780 Farrington Hwy., about 7 miles north of Makaha, Waianae, Hawaii, 96792, United States
Dec 22, 2008
Don't bother with the long drive here--you'll go through shanty town after shanty town after homeless colony after homeless colony (basically the entire wainaie coast) for a beach you can't go in.