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USA Anaeho’omalu Beach

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Called “A Bay” by locals, this is a beautiful beach lined with trees guarding the multi hued blue and green water of the Pacific.

Photography Tips

Although I didn’t try it, this is purportedly a great spot to photograph the sunset. To get the best views of the sunset, walk to the far side of the Kuualii fishpond at the southern side of the beach From here you can see the sun setting into the middle of A Bay with palm trees and a white sand beach in the foreground.

Travel Information

Anaeho’omalu Beach itself is accessed via the Hilton Waikoloa. You do not have to be a guest to explore the beach. is about 40 minutes drive north from downtown Kailua-Kona. Turn off Highway 19 toward the ocean at Waikoloa Beach Drive. Pass Queen’s Marketplace on your left. Before reaching Marriott Hotel, turn left at the intersection opposite the Kings Shops, onto Ku’ualil Place. Continue straight until you see the gravel public parking lot. Walk about 2 minutes to the beach. Restrooms are available. Restaurants are nearby including the open air Lava Lava Beach Club.
Spot Type Outdoor
Crowd Factor Lots of people
Best Timing Blue hour/nighttime
Sunrise & Sunset 05:50 - 19:07 | current local time: 17:51
Photo Themes Beach
Locations Big Island Hawaii

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