Honokalani Beach

Honokalani Beach, deemed sacred by the Hawaiian people, is a small volcanic crescent-shaped beach tucked in the stunning Waianapanapa State Park in Hawaii. The jet black sand, bright turquoise water and lush green forest create a mystical, otherworldly effect on this sacred stretch of sand. While the surf is too powerful to swim in, the glistening water flowing onto the black sand, with the backdrop of vibrant foliage, creates endless opportunities for captivating photos.

Getting There

Honokalani Beach is only 3 miles north of Hana and is best accessed by rental car, taxi, or guided tour. The closest international airport is Kahului Airport in Maui. Non-stop flights from North America to Maui leave daily from Los Angeles, Denver, Chicago, San Francisco, Salt Lake City, and Portland. Canadians can snag a non-stop from Vancouver, Calgary, Toronto, Montreal, and Edmonton. From Europe, you can get a 1-stop flight from London, Frankfurt, Moscow, Stockholm, and Paris. International airport is Kahului Airport in Maui and Hawaiian island of Maui