Where is Manini’owali Beach?

The beautiful Manini’owali Beach is located near the narrow bays and clear beaches; it is one of the harder to reach white sandy seashores of Hawaii. This makes Kua Bay a solid contender for the title of “most popular white sand beach with a crystal sea shore” beach on the big island due to its exclusive location. Manini’owali Beach is a detached and little white sand and crystal seashore beach at Kua Bay, only north of Kohala coast off of Highway 19.

You can discover Manini’owali seashore only north of the Kona air terminal. Take the second exit to the seaside, 4.66 miles or 7.5 Kilometers miles north of Kailua Kona and Hapuna beach when passing the Kona Terminal. The secluded paved road exit you are searching for is inverse the West Hawaii Veterans Cemetery, which is preferable signposted over the seashore. Kua Bay is a piece of the Kekaha Kai state park.

Why is Manini’owali Beach Popular?

The waters surrounding the astonishing Manini’owali Beach is warm and perfectly clear. Tourists enjoy the extreme surf and secluded oasis of striking complexity composed of; blue seas, dark basalt lava rocks, Lucious greenery, and white sands. They also find delight in the water and absorbing the heavenly sun and peaceful ambiance of the magnificent beach. It is genuinely truly amazing.

The beach of Manini’owali is situated in the Kehaka Kai State Park. Each and every seashore there is completely bewildering and you ought to go to each one of them. Sadly, just Manini’owali is exclusively reachable via vehicle, in this way it is in reality somewhat swarmed with curious tourists. Although many are discovering this magical beach, this seashore is nevertheless phenomenal. Crystal sapphire water Pearl-hued sand makes this glorious beach a genuine jewel.

What to do in Manini’owali?

Manini’owali Beach also called Kua Bays’ hours of operations are from Sunday to Saturday between the Horus of 8 am and 7 pm. While waiting for the beach to open, or in the midst of enjoying the pristine environment and serene vistas, various activities can be experienced at Manini’owali.

Popular Activities in Manini’owali Beach?

Here is a list of the most popular and closest places to stay on the big island of Hawaii in the summer months, and winter months, near Manini’Owali beach:

  • Kona Coffee Tours
  • 7 Popular Farmers Market
  • Waikoloa Petroglyphs
  • Snorkeling Spots
  • Painted Church
  • Kona Brewing Company
  • Papakolea (Green Sand Beach)
  • Pu’uhanua o Honaunau National park
  • Luau and Hula
  • Seahorse Farm tour
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Camping
  • Biking
  • Golfing
  • Hiking
  • Helicopter tours
  • Manta-ray Night dives
  • Horseback Riding
  • Swimming with Dolphins
  • Surfing
  • Ziplining
  • Whale Watching

Parking in Manini’Owali

Manini’owali Beach is now accessible to the public and tourists because of them as of late improved street. Subsequently, it has gotten the most prominent in the recreation centers. The dirt road street to Manini’owali Beach is found only south of the cleared street to Kua Bay, between mile markers 88 and 89.

2WD vehicles can leave simply off of the parkway before the street starts to get harsh. 4WD vehicles can proceed for 1.6 miles of very unpleasant street to an entryway and little leaving territory only north of Makalawena Beach. There are no administrations of any sort at either end of the trail.

Pursue this cleared street for 1.2 miles until it closes at a stopping territory and parking lot. The turn towards the activities and beach areas are marked with signs and picnic tables. There are bathrooms and eating areas near the seashore which are landmarks to tourist attractions.

Hotels in Manini’Owali

  • Holiday Inn Express and Suites
  • Four Seasons Resort Hualalai
  • Hilton Waikoloa Village
  • Ahi Hale
  • Royal Kona Resort
  • The Aeolian Residence
  • Sheraton Kona Resort and Spa
  • Manago Hotel
  • Hotel Volcano Inn Hawaii
  • Ocean Tower at the Hilton