Lanai Sights

Polihua Beach

  • East end of Polihua Rd. Map It
  • Lanai City
  • Beach–Sight

Published 07/24/2015

Fodor's Review

This often-deserted beach features long, wide stretches of white sand and unobstructed views of Molokai. The northern end of the beach ends at a rocky lava cliff with some interesting tide pools, and sea turtles that lay their eggs in the sand. (Do not drive on the beach and endanger their nests.) However, the dirt road leading here has deep, sandy places that are difficult in dry weather and impassable when it rains. In addition, strong currents and a sudden drop in the ocean floor make swimming dangerous, and strong trade winds can make walking uncomfortable. Thirsty wild bees sometimes gather around your car. To get rid of them, put out water some distance away and wait. The beach is in windward Lanai, 11 miles north of Lanai City. To get here, turn right onto the marked dirt road past Garden of the Gods. Amenities: none. Best for: solitude; sunrise; walking.

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East end of Polihua Rd., Lanai City, Hawaii, 96763, United States

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Published 07/24/2015

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