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Kaiolohia (Shipwreck Beach)

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Kaiolohia (Shipwreck Beach)


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Kaiolohia (Shipwreck Beach) - Kaiolohia (Shipwreck Beach). Copyright Hawaii Tourism Authority (HTA) / Ron Garnett.

Name: Kaiolohia, Shipwreck Beach
What: Off-the-beaten-path beach featuring a wrecked ship offshore
Where: Roughly thirty minutes north of Lanai City. Roads are unmarked so get clear directions from your concierge
More Info: 4-wheel drive vehicle is required



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Overview



"4-wheel drive about a half-hour north from Lanai City and you'll discover Kaiolohia, also known as Shipwreck Beach. This windy, 8-mile stretch of beach has wrecked numerous ships along its shallow, rocky channel. In fact, the hull of a ghostly oil tanker from the 1940s is still beached on Kaiolohia Bay's coral reef, its rusted hull giving the beach a surreal sense of wonder.

With excellent views of Molokai and Maui, this is a great area for beachcombing and exploring, but swimming is not advised. Beyond the beach, about 200 yards up a trail past the Shipwreck Beach sign are the Kukui Point petroglyphs, marked by reddish-brown boulders.

A 4-wheel drive is required. Visitors should be careful not to get their vehicles stuck in the sand. Once you reach the sand at sea level and the road opens up, roughly 30 minutes from departing the Lanai City, park and walk the rest of the way to the beach. Consult your concierge for details."

-Information gathered from www.gohawaii.com/lanai/regions-neighborhoods/north-lanai/kaiolohia

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