Hawaii’s Wild And Untouched Kawakiu Beach Is Only Accessible Via A 45-Minute Hike

From breathtaking colored sand to beaches with crystalline turquoise waters, and from shores littered with tourists to those where you might be completely secluded, the Hawaiian Islands are home to some of the greatest beaches in the world. And while most of these beaches are easily accessible — with parking lots just steps from the sand — there are others that require a bit more effort.

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Address: Kaluakoi Road, Maunaloa, Molokai, HI 96770

Have you ever visited the untouched Kawakiu Beach or the island of Molokai? If you’ve yet to visit this tiny island, we suggest booking a flight and embarking on this driving tour.