Mauna Lani Point Attractions: Hiking to Honoka’ope Beach

“Hawaii is not a state of mind, but a state of grace.”
– Paul Theroux

There are few things as beautiful as walking or hiking on a beach in paradise. And, when you stay at Mauna Lani Point resort on the Big Island, Hawaii, you have easy access to one of the most stunning, rugged parts of this stunning place. An early morning hike among the lava fields can open your eyes to the beauty and serenity of Hawaii, and provide the added benefit of starting your day of early. Only a short hike from Mauna Lani Point is Honoka’ope Bay and a beach area. This video provides an overview of this gorgeous place:

Hiking from the Resort to the Bay

It’s very easy to access the bay and beach from the Mauna Lani Point resort. Just pick up the trail, which winds through the golf course. There is a fisherman’s trail to Honakaope that winds through the lava rock. The beach and bay area are stunning and rocky. You can snorkel there, but the water can be a bit murky. It is an excellent place to lay out your beach towel, read, swim, and keep your eyes peeled for whales. Locals love the area for free diving and fishing, so please be respectful of the area.

Mauna Lani Point:
The Best Choice for Lodging

When you visit Hawaii, it’s important that you feel comfortable at your lodgings. Mauna Lani Point is the best place for you and your family to stay while on vacation, for a few reasons:

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Large Luxury Condos:

While most hotel rooms are around 400 square feet, the Mauna Lani condos are 1,500 – 1,900 square feet. The luxury condo space will feel like your home away from home.

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Oceanfront Rooms:

Mauna Lani Point is an oceanfront condo rental property, so you have gorgeous, sunny views of the ocean right from where you are staying.

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Many Amenities:

There are countless amenities at Mauna Lani Point. The golf courses in the area are famous for their ocean views. And, Mauna Lani Point also gives you access to free parking, free high-speed internet, a fully-equipped kitchen, and no resort fee. You also have access to a secluded, white-sandy beach cove.

Mauna Lani Point really is the best place to stay when you are visiting Hawaii. With easy access to Honoka’ope Beach, and other beautiful places in the area, you and your family will enjoy the area as much as the locals, and long to come back after you head home.

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