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Halawa Beach Park Information

Halawa Beach Park Information

Halawa or "curve" Beach is actually made up of two small bay shorelines - a sandy beach (Kama'alaea) on one side and a more rocky, exposed one (Kawilli) at the mouth of a stream on the other. They sit at the foot of the lush Halawa Valley, where the full and wide Halawa stream pours down mountains that often get heavy rains.

There's an inspiring view of neighboring Maui in the distance and palms swaying on this secluded beach. The swimming is safe, especially in the lagoons near the shore, and winter swells attract surfers near the north side of the bay, but the large rocks can be slippery and you should be particularly careful getting in.

There is a lovely gentle slope starting from the trees and then continuing down the beach to the shoreline. That slope continues in the water so it gets deep relatively quickly.

Halawa Beach is an excellent place to fish, picnic, and wade but there are no lifeguards and limited facilities. Take Hwy. 450 east all the way to the end of Molokai, park at the deadend, and walk to the right to get to this quiet beach.