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Pohoiki Beach (Isaac Hale Beach Park)

Pohoiki Beach (Isaac Hale Beach Park)

Suitable for:
Everyone, active traveller
Insider tip or tourist spot?
Known and much going on
TouriSpot
Insider Tip
Time needed: 1-2 hours
2 hours
Optimal arrival time:
Does not matter
Cost:
Free
Suitable for:
Everyone, active traveller
Insider tip or tourist spot?
Known and much going on
TouriSpot
Insider Tip
Time needed: 1-2 hours
2 hours
Optimal arrival time:
Does not matter
Cost:
Free

Current weather and surf conditions

Stand from: 24. November 2022, 02:55:03
weather
80° Fahrenheit
A Few Clouds
Wind: Northeast at 9.2 MPH (8 KT)
Surf Conditions
3-5 feet
Nearshore: low
Offshore: low

Pohoiki Beach (Isaac Hale Beach Park) - Description

In the Puna District on Big Island, in Pohoiki Bay, lies the Isaac Hale Beach Park. It is known for its strong current and therefore a popular surfing spot for experts on the southeast coast.

At the only boat dock in the area, you can watch the hustle and bustle of the fishing boats. The boat ramp also serves many as an entrance and exit into the water.

Another highlight of the beach park is the small natural hot spring, where you can lie down like in a bathtub. It is located a few minutes walk from the boat ramp.

Directions: Drive on Highway 130 (towards the coast), at the end turn left to Pohoiki on Highway 137.

What we say

Our checklist & tips:
  • Very crowded on weekends
  • Pack provisions
  • Hot spring on the beach

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Longitude: -154.844000000000
Latitude: 19.456700000000

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