The island's northernmost beach is part of the Honolua-Mokuleia Marine Life Conservation District. "Slaughterhouse" is the surfers' nickname for what is officially Mokuleia. Weather permitting, this is a great place for body surfing and sunbathing. Concrete steps and a green railing help you get down the cliff to the sand. The next bay over, Honolua, has no beach but offers one of the best surf breaks in Hawaii. Competitions are often held there; telltale signs are cars
pulled off the road and parked in the pineapple field. Amenities: none. Best for: sunset; surfing.
Rte. 30, mile marker 32, Kapalua, Hawaii, 96761, United States