The Ka Iwi Coast is located on the eastern tip of the Island of O’ahu southeast of Hawaii Kai, stretching from the area of Hanauma Bay to Makapu’u Point. The all natural undeveloped land area has a beautifully diverse coastline featuring rocky jagged terrain and steep cliffs to white sandy beaches and crystal clear ocean waters.

Ka Iwi Coast has several coastal and oceanic landmarks and attractions in it’s natural state.

lanai lookout
– Lana’i Lookout features scenic panoramic ocean and coastal views with Koko Crater in the background. The lookout got its name because it’s sweeping views of the neighboring islands of Lanai, as well as Molokai and Maui.

submarine rock
– Submarine Rock Riddle, a unique rock formation got it’s unofficial name because it’s submarine shape which can only be seen traveling west/southwest towards Hanauma Bay.

halona
– Hālona Lookout provides a panoramic view of the Pacific Ocean including the islands of Maui, Molokai and Lanai. Hālona Cove is a small sandy beach cove tucked into the lava rock shoreline. The Hālona Blowhole is a natural geyser fueled by the power of the sea waves.

Sandy Beach
– Sandy Beach Park (or Sandy’s) is a sparkling white sand beach, known for its infamous shore break by experienced bodysurfer’s and bodyboarder’s.

ka iwi
– Pele’s Chair is the prominent natural rock formation which overlooks Alan Davis Beach, known for rock/cliff jumping.

tidepool
– Makapu’u Point has scenic trails with ocean view hiking, and gorgeous tidepools along its rocky shore.

Related Links:
www.kaiwicoast.org
www.hawaiikaihui.org
www.kaiwicoastrun.org