Anaehoomalu Bay, or “A-Bay” as the locals call it, is a natural marine preserve, and one of the most beautiful beaches on the Big Island. The sand is a salt and pepper mix of coral and volcanic rock, and the entrance to the beach is through a lava desert. This transfer begins with a scenic drive across the lava fields of the Kohala coast. Once at the beach, you can rent snorkel equipment, boogie boards and kayaks at an additional cost.
Need to Know:
Note: We recommend you wear a swimsuit and bring a towel. Food and refreshments are available for purchase.
Tours with this activity level involve walking over relatively level terrain, possibly some cobblestone, gravel, or a few steps. Comfortable shoes are recommended.