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We stopped here on a car trip around the island. Very pretty much more attractive than on the other side of the island!
The tide was getting low so we walking on our hands when snorkeling but it was enough to see some fish...sadly a...More
We tried a bit of surfing but the surf wasn't really big enough to avoid being scraped on the coral. But snorkelling is good and if you're brave go through the surf and behind it you will get better coral gardens. Also i thought head...More
We took a taxi which cost us $40 for 4 of us. For those who don't like getting in the water, just do it. It is cold when you first get in but worth it once you start snorkeling. Sadly most of the coral is...More
Ha'atafu Beach is our favorite place for snorkeling. We love the bright blue starfish and the clown fish which dance in and out of anemone. We have seen many many fish, stripes, dots, iridescent, blue, yellow. We like mid going to high tide. At low...More
A good beach when the tide is going out. Safe for kids at low tide but high tide is a bit questionable. Great to snorkel and see so many different fish and coral. The huge brain coral is cool and the kids loved seeing Nemo...More
Scenic and referred to by many as the best beach on the island (featuring the presently top-rated Ha’atafu Resort and Blue Banana Resort) but don’t expect any postcard-perfect crescent of white sand and don’t expect to find luxury resorts. You can drive right up to...More
This is a public beach accessible via a 5min walk from the main Hihifo road. We caught a bus there and spend 3.5 hours under a tree with frequent snorkelling forays into the water. This was at low - mid tide. These is a shallow...More
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There is a bus 6 days a week. Goes both ways. Get precise directions before you go. The bus will go straight along the main road and then you will need to walk a little. Times for buses are variable I suspect. Many of the... More
There is a bus 6 days a week. Goes both ways. Get precise directions before you go. The bus will go straight along the main road and then you will need to walk a little. Times for buses are variable I suspect. Many of the tourist resorts are around here and every one was very helpful. Best to ask a local the day before