Hapuna Beach, the largest sandy beach on the Big Island, is one of Hawaii's best boogie boarding and body surfing beaches.
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The Big Island of Hawaii has a varied landscape, from lava flows to snowy peaks, and the beaches are just as diverse. On the Big Island, you'll find black, white and green sand beaches, secret hideaways and popular picnic locations. You won't get bored with Big Island beach activities. Go surfing, snorkeling, scuba diving, boogie boarding, body surfing, and skimboarding — or just enjoy reading a book and relaxing on the shore.
49 Black Sand Beach, located on a volcanic bay near Mauna Lani Resort, is the only black sand beach on the Kohala Coast.
A-Bay is a great beach for ocean activities and fun at Waikoloa Beach Resort.
Visit the Mauna Kea Beach Hotel for access to the dazzling Kauna'oa Beach.
Find beautiful, clear water at the Mauna Lani Beach Club on the Big Island of Hawaii.
Papakōlea Beach (Green Sand Beach) is a remote beach on the southern point of the Big Island, one of only two green sand beaches in the U.S.
Mau’umae Beach is a beautiful hidden beach on the Big Island's Kohala Coast.
Waialea Beach is a white sand beach on the Big Island, located in a bay just north of Puako. The beach is free from development and protected by shady trees.