This picturesque tan beach sits at the base of red cliffs with views toward tiny ʻAlau Island. Bodysurfing is excellent, as it's shallow...
Travaasa Hana Stables
Enjoy a gentle trail ride along Hana’s black-lava coastline. Riders must be at least nine-years old.
Bruddah Hutt’s BBQ
This place is like a barbecue at your neighbor's house. Here, diners sit on folding chairs under a canvas awning while an extended...
Haneoʻo Rd · interesting places nearby
Hamoa Beach information
With its clear water, white sand and scenic cove, this famous beach is a little gem; author James Michener once called it the only beach in the North Pacific that actually looked as if it belonged in the South Pacific. When the surf’s up, surfers and bodyboarders flock here, though beware of rip currents. When it’s calm, swimming is good in the cove.
Public access is down the steps just north of the hotel’s bus-stop sign; there’s parking for seven or eight cars opposite. Facilities include restrooms.