Kaneohe Bay from Kualoa Regional Park - PHOTOGRAPHER COMMENT
This panorama was taken from the narrow, south facing, sandy beach in Kualoa Regional Park at the north end of Kaneohe Bay and shows a view down the coastline towards Kaneohe on the east coast of Oahu. The water here is very shallow, and the beach is lined, in part, by trees.
Kaneohe Bay from Kualoa Regional Park - FURTHER INFORMATION
Kaneohe Bay from Kualoa Regional Park - Oahu visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Kaneohe Bay from Kualoa Regional Park' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Hawaii.
Kualoa Regional Park is at the northern end of Kaneohe Bay on the east coast of Oahu in Hawaii. The park contains a campground, BBQ and picnic areas, grill points, restrooms, showers and public phones. Kualoa Regional Park is best known for the small island offshore called Chinaman's Hat, best viewed from Kualoa Point. Care should be taken when swimming in the bay as Portuguese man-of-war jellyfish, whose sting is potentially fatal, can found here. Kayaking in the bay is popular. Behind the campground are the Molii and Apua Fishponds and nearby is the Kualoa Visitor Center Ranch.
TRAVEL DIRECTIONS AND GETTING THERE
Kualoa Beach Park is about 13 miles south of Laie and 11 miles north of Kaneohe on the 83 (Kahekii) Hwy.