“sea life up close & personal”
Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, one of the most spectacular natural resources in Hawaii, is reaping the benefits of over a decade of moves to re-establish its pristine marine ecosystem. Recognizing the damage done by years of neglect and abuse by allowing some three million visitors annually, the City and County of Honolulu in 1990 laid out a plan to restore Hanauma to a clean, healthy state by reducing the number of visitors, establishing an education program, and instituting supportive restrictions.
Hanauma bay is a very nice for snorkeling especially for beginners. You need to get there early to get parking space and there is a fee to enter the park. The location on the map is incorrect it is on the far south east point of the island near KoKo head.
Very nice white sand beach. Excellent for sunbathing and snorkeling for the whole family.
Nice view from afar of the bay itself
It gets crowded here! Lots of people, not enough fish to look at near the shore. I think if we went further out to the reef, we would've seen more fish. Nice view though from afar of the
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Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve
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