Makalei Beach Park, a small park in comparison to other parks, is located on Oahu’s southeast shore between Kaluahole Beach (and Leahi Park) and just below Diamond Head. Although the shoreline of the park has a seawall, there are small sandy areas on the west side. Makalei Beach Park is a popular spot for weddings and picnics. You can also access many surfing spots from here, including: Tongg’s and Ricebowls.
Makalei Beach Park is less well-known than other areas due to a lack parking and because it’s situated between two more popular places. Makalei’s location between Waikiki and Diamond Head is a drawcard. Although the beach isn’t very large, it can handle smaller crowds. Although the sand is fine, the water can be quite rough just off the shore. A nice elevated platform allows you to see the distant waves from the shore. There are picnic tables and shade from the Banyan tree at the park’s middle.
A few people visit the Suicides and Graveyards surf breaks each afternoon, far from shore. Although the names are more frightening than the waves, they are usually not very large. Summer swells can reach twice the height, but this is rare. It’s a place for kids to surf on the south coast without having to deal with the crowds of Waikiki or Diamond Head. You can also do stand-up paddle boarding, kayaking, and snorkeling here.
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Park in the neighborhood to the northwest of park, such as on Hibiscus Way, and then walk up. This beach is semi-nude and well-known.