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All reviews easy hike shipwreck beach golf course great hike dirt road bring water a small parking lot every corner waves crashing favorite hike gorgeous views worth the effort beautiful area sea turtles nice beach hyatt trail
Would recommend this to anyone who wants to see the ocean from a different viewpoint. You are above, looking down at the waves crashing on the rugged shoreline. We started early - 7:30 AM . Got as far as the stables and turned around. Loved...More
There are some good trails here that give you some great views along the shoreline. The rock formations are always one of my favorite parts of any of the islands and these were spectacular with plenty of turtles and harp seals to keep me entertained!
Great sights, horribly maintained. Just blimey like everything else in Hawaii - raw beauty, not well-maintained. No consideration for visitors bc there are another 278 behind you that will not object/comment.
The trail is a mish mosh of small arteries, all going in the same direction. No markings but common sense says that you cannot get lost. Numerous branches to the cliffs and further on to the reef. Nice one to two hour walk (two hours...More
Well worth a visit, these cliffs overlook the wild south coast. The paths are rough and narrow in places so be sure to wear good hiking sandals or shoes. You will be exposed to wind and sun so prepare for these too. Signage is a...More
This beach is literally at the end of the road. Pass the Hyatt and keep going, slowly!!! Road conditions require slow driving and an occasional passenger walking over the speed bump to prevent bottoming out! You won't be sorry you took the time to make...More
Walked to the Makawehi Cliffs from Shipwreck beach. It's not a strenuous walk but can be a bit of a challenge going over uneven terrain while exposed to stiff, ocean winds. Nearby is a Cave, a tortoise "farm", and several somewhat secluded beaches.
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Yes, absolutely. It is more an area to explore than a linear path. You could go as long or short as they are up for but there are rocks to climb, and inlets with sleeping seals. Like everything with younger kids, it’s not... More
Yes, absolutely. It is more an area to explore than a linear path. You could go as long or short as they are up for but there are rocks to climb, and inlets with sleeping seals. Like everything with younger kids, it’s not the same hike you’d take on your own but very enjoyable.