3 Nude Beaches In Hawaii You Can Consider
For nudists, going in the buff is everything. The State of Hawaii, for instance, prohibits nudism of any of the state beaches. If you can find a way to go nude in Hawaii then, it’s exciting, isn’t it? Fortunately, there are a few nudist beaches in Hawaii wherever nudism might be “prohibited” but is certainty “tolerated“ -- a few undiscovered gems yet. Here are some of them:
Honokohau Harbor Beach
Along the Kona Coast, nestled within the Kaloko – Honokohau national Historical Park to the north of the Honolokohau Harbor, off of highway 19 one white, winding, yellow, sandy beach stretches out to be a popular hang out for gays. The first mention of this beach is a little far fetching since privacy is hard to find here. Add to that the constant wanderings of the Beach patrol by the federal park rangers. Yet, it’s an excellent beach with warm climate and incredibly beautiful snorkeling options. If you could find empty, isolated spots, it’s still an amazing beach to go nude.
The Secret Beach (Kauapea Beach)
Do you like to be awarded at the end of an arduous effort? We’ve all been taught to appreciate what comes off at that end as an award, didn’t we? Once you hike up the trail at the end of a winding dirt road off of Kalihiwai road – half a mile north of Kilauea (Rt 56), you have access to one of the premier nude beaches in Hawaii. Although attempts to pre-empt and stop nudism will continue, this beach is one of the best ever. While you might not want to surf here, you’ll certainly want to try snorkeling.
Red Sand Beach, Hana
Officially designated as one of the best, most beautiful beaches in Hawaii, it’s just that difficult to gain access to. A crescent-shaped beach, with the remains of a caved-in Cinder forming a cone is one those things you should pay your eyes on while you are there. While it’s difficult to get to, it’s worth every naturist to get there since nothing beats the combination of nothing on but everything to die for.