Part of Kekaha Kai State Park, Kua Bay is a secluded beach with sugar white sand and some of the best look out points and hiking opportunities. One of the popular attractions in town during summer as well as winter. During summer, the beach is a perfect spot to enjoy swimming and snorkelling, if the water is calm while winters are ideal to take up surfing.
Marine life at the Bay is quite a crowd puller as well with turtles and dolphins making appearances.
Getting to the Bay may be a challenging exercise with limited parking and tough road conditions when nearing the Bay. But once you reach the Bay, every bit of hard work put in to reach here will be worth it.
Kua Bay Or Manini'owali Beach Travel Tips
- Bring your food and drinks along since there are no establishments at or near the Beach.
- Carry Umbrella since there is no shade at the Beach.
- Generously apply and carry along sunscreen.
Kua Bay Or Manini'owali Beach Hours
- The gate to the park is closed on Wednesdays.
How to Reach Kua Bay Or Manini'owali Beach
- It is best to hire a cab to reach Kua Bay
- Beach Tree Bar & Grill
- Lava Lounge
- the Hualalai Grille
- Ulu Ocean Grill and Sushi Lounge
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87.89% of people who visit Kailua-kona include Kua Bay Or Manini'owali Beach in their plan
12 PM - 1 PM
58.93% of people start their Kua Bay Or Manini'owali Beach visit around 12 PM - 1 PM
People usually take around 3 Hrs to see Kua Bay Or Manini'owali Beach
95% of people prefer to travel by car while visiting Kua Bay Or Manini'owali Beach