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East Lanai Beaches

Includes beach description and facilities

No Lifeguard Sign

Lanai Beaches DO NOT have Lifeguards

When visiting the beach, please follow these Basic Ocean Safety Tips provided by lifeguards:

Never Swim Alone & Always Watch Your Children
Don't Dive Into Unknown Water or Into Shallow Breaking Waves
If You Are Unable to Swim Out of a Strong Current, Signal for Help
Rely on Your Swimming Ability Rather Than a Flotation Device
Look For, Read and Obey All Beach Safety Signs and Symbols

In addition, take the advice of old Hawaiians:
Don’t turn your back to the ocean!


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Keomuku Beach
East Lanai

One of the longest fringing reefs in Hawaii. Ruins of two ancient Hawaiian fishponds.

● No facilities
● No lifeguards
● Good Fishing

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Halepalaoa Beach
East Lanai

One of the nicest beaches on the northeastern side of the island. Great for walking and sunning, but not for swimming.

●Accessible by 4 wheel drive

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Lopa Beach
East Lanai

A long white sand beach, secluded and pristine. Accessible from several 4-WD vehicle trails branching off the Keomuku Road.

● Safe swimming in calm waters

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Naha Beach
East Lanai

A narrow beach overhung with Kiawe trees - frequented by fishermen.

● 4-WD access only

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Call The National Weather Service 808-877-5111 for Weather & 808-877-3477 for Marine Forecast

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