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Molokai Beaches, South

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East Molokai Beaches DO NOT have Lifeguards

● Some of Molokai's most beautiful beaches are remote and dangerous (especially during winter months). Exercise EXTREME caution before entering the water.

Ocean Safety

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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Kakahaia Beach Park
Highway 450, South Molokai

Located just a few miles east of Kaunakakai. Not very good swimming due to the shallow, rocky bottom, but nice for picnics.

● Picnic facilities
● Sanctuary for endangered birds
● Enter water with caution; seasonal high surf
● Some areas are restricted, must obtain permission before exploring sanctuary

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Kiowea Beach Park
Highway 460, South Molokai

Located to the east of the Kapuaiwa Coconut Grove before Kaunakaai Wharf. The Coconut Grove is currently being replanted. Great place for picnics and excellent sunsets. Poor swimming due to mudflats. Be careful for falling coconuts!

● Restrooms
● Picnic facilities with shelter and grills

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One Alii Beach Park (Alii Fishpond)
Highway 450, South Molokai

Located just east of Kaunakakai, there are actually two beaches here; One Alii I and One Alii II. Fair swimming due to coral and rock, but the park is great for picnics and sunning.

● Restrooms and showers
● Picnic shelter
● Ball Park and Playground

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Pukoo Beach
Highway 450, South Molokai

Two small beaches make up this natural harbor cove. The first beach after parking is muddy. A little further to the east is the more sandy crescent-shaped beach. The water is clearer here with a more sandy bottom. This area provides beautiful views of the coastline. These beaches are usually deserted, even in the summer months.

● No facilities
● Good swimming
● Enter water with caution; seasonal high surf

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

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