Stretching north from Honokohau Boat Harbor, the striking white coral sand of Honokohau Beach contrasts sharply against the black lava. An ancient heiau (temple) stands at the end of the beach, as it did in times when Hawaiian settlements thrived in the area. In the waters before you lie 'Aiopi'o Fishtrap where reef fish were captured for food. Numerous sea turtles frequent the beach to feed on the limu (algae) and bask along the shore.
Did You Know?
Did you know the green sea turtle is not called green due to the color of its shell, but rather the color of its fat that results from its all seaweed diet.