Kua Bay is a beautiful, remote white sand beach with crystal clear turquoise waters. It is the northernmost beach within the Kekaha Kai State Park, and is also referred to as Maniniʻowali Beach. When the water is calm this is a great place for swimming and playing in the waves. However, the surf does get rough during the winter months and caution is advised.
What to bring:
- Sunscreen (There is no shade here)
- Towel/beach gear