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South 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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Huawai Bay Photo

Huawai Bay
South Lanai

Small salt and pepper sand beach located below the Challenge at Manele golf course. Very difficult to access via the Po'opo'o Fisherman Trail. Excellent diving and snorkeling when water is calm.

●No lifeguard
●No shade
●No facilities
●Access only via steep trail descending almost straight down

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Hulopoe Beach Photo

Hulopoe Beach
South Lanai

Pretty white sand beach. Safest place to swim on the island. Popular recreation area on Lanai. Located in a protected Marine Life Conservation Area providing numerous and colorful fish as well as unique coral formations. The Manele Bay Hotel sits on the bluff overlooking this perfect beach. To the left of the beach is Pu'u Pehe Rock, also known as Sweetheart Rock.

● No lifeguard
● Restrooms, showers
● Picnic tables, grills
● Good swimming, scuba diving, snorkeling, body surfing
● Camping allowed by permit - call 808-565-3982 for information and rates
● Hiking trails near the beach

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Sharks Bay Photo

Sharks Bay
South Lanai

Located to the left of Hulopo'e Beach. Great place to hike for views of the coastlines, and Pu'u Pehe Rock. The Cove is a perfect area for a picnic or sunbathing. Swimming here is not recommended due to strong currents and numerous rocks.

● No lifeguard
● Secluded, sandy beach
● Poor swimming
● No facilities at this bay but complete facilities located at the nearby Hulopo'e Beach

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Manele Bay Photo

Manele Bay

South Lanai

Lanai's only public boat harbor. Small white sand beach. Shallow and rocky offshore - not for swimming, but excellent for snorkeling, diving, and fishing. Dangerous swells and currents during storms.

Part of the Manele-Hulopoe Marine Life Conservation District

● Restrooms
● Showers
● No lifeguards

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Sweetheart Rock Photo

Puu Pehe (Sweetheart Rock)

South Lanai

A large cove with a white sand beach. The legendary Sweetheart Rock lies offshore. Clear waters with plenty of marine life. Popular scuba destination. Reached by following the shoreline from the left side of Hulopoe Beach at the end of Manele Road.

Part of the Manele-Hulopoe Marine Life Conservation District

● Dangerous swells and currents during storms
● Excellent swimming and snorkeling
● No lifeguards

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

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