Check one of the most beautiful beaches in the world when you visit Lanai, Hulopoe Bay is located on Lanai’s south shore.
Although the winter months are not as safe for swimming here due to the shorebreak, the rest of the year Hulopoe offers calm and sparkling blue waters. Not to mention some of the best snorkeling and swimming on Lanai.
A really cool feature of Hulopoe Bay is the tide pools that are on the eastern side of the bay. These tide pools were created out of volcanic rock. As the tide goes out, water is left there are you can see all kinds of ocean life who call the tide pools home. Bring your snorkel mask to check out the fish, sea stars, hermit crabs, and more.
When you are finished enjoying the gorgeous waters and powder-soft white sand beach, feel free to grill up some lunch at Hulopoe Bay Beach Park. There are barbecues, picnic tables, restrooms, showers, and nice trees to shade you from the Hawaiian sun.
As you gaze out over the bay, don’t be surprised if you spy a pod of spinner dolphins. And don’t shy away from this area during the winter months. Even though it isn’t safe to swim, chances are high that you will spot a humpback whale. Groups swim in the waters just offshore.
Hulopoe Bay is one of the most gorgeous beaches in the world; if you’re looking for a fun and/or romantic getaway while on Lanai, don’t miss it!