There’s A Tide Pool Beach Hidden In Hawaii That Feels Like A Best Kept Secret

Throughout our beautiful islands, between miles of incredible beaches, you will find jaw-dropping lava rock-lined coastline. The Hawaiian Islands are chock-full of incredible geological formations, including lava tubes, coastal rock formations, and magnificent tide pools. Nestled along the coast of Hawaii Island, this incredible tide pool beach is as dreamy as they come, and you’ll want to visit as soon as possible.

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Address: Makako Bay Drive, Mile Marker 94, Kailua-Kona, HI 96740

Before we send you off to explore, we should probably give you a warning about the risks of checking out tide pools when ocean conditions are less than favorable; waves can still crash into these tide pools, and it is advised that you check ocean conditions before you head to any of them. You should also be careful where you step, as the lava rocks can be razor-sharp, and absolutely, under no circumstances, should you face your back to the waves, unless you want to be swept out to sea.