This Empty Beach In Hawaii Is Worth A Visit From Any Corner Of The State

The Hawaiian Islands are home to 750 miles of stunning coastline — putting the Aloha State behind Alaska, Florida, and California when it comes to coastline length. And while among that coastline you will find countless rock formations and sea cliffs, the beaches are what truly matters. And while we love the islands’ most popular beaches as much as the next person, it is the secluded sands that catch our eye the most. So, instead of fighting tourists for the best spot on Waikiki or Poipu beaches on your next beach day, why not head to this gorgeous top secret beach — if you’re on the island of Molokai, that is.

Kapukahehu Beach is located at Pohakuloa Rd., Maunaloa, HI 96770. Have you ever been to this under-the-radar stretch of sand before? If so, share your experiences and opinions in the comments below.

If you’re interested in other beaches on the small island of Molokai, don’t forget about Papohaku Beach. Measuring in at nearly three miles long — and 100 yards wide — Papohaku is not only the largest beach on Molokai but it is easily one of Hawaii’s longest, uninterrupted white sand beaches.