Spencer Beach Park
Shallow, sandy and gentle, this beach lacks the dramatic sweep of Mauna Kea or Hapuna, but it's ideal for kids and popular with local...
Mauna Kea Golf Course
A 72-par championship course that consistently ranks among the top courses in the USA. Designed by Robert Trent Jones, Sr, it was...
Mauna Kea Beach
Crescent-shaped Kaunaʻoa Bay (nicknamed 'Mauna Kea Beach' after Rockefeller built his landmark hotel on it) is blanketed in powdery...
Mauna Kea Hawaiian Luau
This outdoor luau features standard entertainment (thrilling fire dance, group hula) and a gorgeous beach setting. The buffet is...
Casual dining and outdoor dress codes, all overlooking the deep blue Pacific. The solid if uninspiring menu includes grilled mahi with...
Mauʻumae Beach information
White sand, teal water, shady trees and protected waters – and it’s even more private and local than Kaunaʻoa Bay. What’s not to love about Mauʻumae? Locals are proprietary about this gem, and for good reason. There’s great snorkeling on either end of the bay. Only 10 parking spots are given out, so arrive by 9am on weekdays, and possibly earlier on weekends.
To get here, go toward Mauna Kea Beach Hotel, turn right on Kamahoi and cross two wooden bridges. Look for telephone pole No 22 on the left and park next to the other cars. Walk down the trail to the Ala Kahakai sign and turn left toward the beach. You can also walk here from Spencer Beach Park to the north.