Kekaha Beach is a seemingly endless beach park with golden sand, high waves, usually strong winds and breathtaking sunsets. Only about five minutes west of Waimea, just off the highway, is the mile-long beach.
From the beach you have a view of Niihau, a small island of the Hawaiian archipelago largely untouched by tourism, as well as Lehua, a crescent-shaped completely uninhabited island.
Due to the conditions Kekaha Beach is not suitable for swimming and snorkeling, but for all water sports lovers it is very good for surfing, bodyboarding, kiteboarding and windsurfing due to the surf.
Kekaha Beach is the spot to experience the most beautiful and picturesque sunsets on the island.