Nanakuli Beach Park - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
Panorama from Nanakuli Beach Park. This image was taken late in the afternoon when the sun was setting over the sea to the west. There was a solitary tree on the skyline caught as a dramatic silhouette in the sun.
Nanakuli Beach Park - FURTHER INFORMATION
Nanakuli Beach Park - Oahu visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Nanakuli Beach Park' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Hawaii.
Nanakuli Beach Park is on the shoreline of Nanakuli, a small town on the Waianae Coast of Oahu island in Hawaii. The town lies in a valley between two ridges, south of Ma'ili' and north of Paradise Cove. The waters off Nanakuli Beach, which stretches north of the beach park, are popular for snorkeling, scuba diving and skin diving in the summer. During the winter months the waters can become treacherous with strong tides and high surf. Nanakuli Beach is monitored by life guards and the beach park has rest rooms, picnic areas and showers. The beach is used more by locals than tourists.
Other nearby beaches include Maipalaoa Beach and Maili Beach Park to the north. Further south are Pili o Kahe Beach Park and Kahe Point Beach Park, which is another popular snorkeling and diving point.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Nanakuli Beach Park is on Farrington Highway (93) about 5 miles south of Waianae and about 5 miles north of the end of H1 and the Ko Olina Golf Club.