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Big improvements have been made to the area in the last 8 years to combat beach erosion. The park has latrines/changing area and an outdoor shower to rinse off. Lots of lava rocks to traverse to enter and exit, wear protective footwear. On weekends a...More
Shark's Cove is a lot less crowded than Hanauma Bay and a lot greater variety of fish. I saw an eel, my son saw an octopus, literally schools of fishes swimming with you here. The only downside is that it is VERY rocky you must...More
With our own snorkels and goggles spent a couple of hours viewing the coloured fish in the rock pools. This was our best fish viewing we experienced on the island. Reef shoes a bonus for the rocks. Also saw turtles.
Pupukea Beach Park is also known as Sharks Cove, but there aren't any sharks around. This is a small rocky beach with natural rocks protecting it from the waves. I've been twice in the past week. The first time the snorkelling was great! I saw...More
A beautiful beach on the North Shore with excellent snorkeling. Across the street is a food truck park with a couple beach shops as well. The place has bathrooms but parking is tough. The beach is next to Shark Cove. The waters are calm but...More
You need reef shoes for kids and yourself, but was a great spot for kids to snorkel and see fish in very shallow water without waves. Plenty of fish around. You just need to make sure you have reef shoes for the kids and yourself...More
We all snorkeled Three Tables and our daughters snorkeled Shark's Cove. Both had tons of beautiful fish. We even saw a total of five green sea turtles (near the rocks on both the left and right sides of Three Tables). We liked how this wasn't...More
We stumbled across Pupukea as we were trying to find where pipeline is. The food trucks there are pretty cool. We then spent the afternoon across the road snorkeling in Sharks cove, we loved here more than Hanauma Bay, we saw heaps of fish and...More
Shark cove is the best snorkeling spot in Hawaii. The kiddy pools or shallow tidal pools have tons of fish to see. We saw eels and all kinds of fish in the 3ft tidal pools. Dare to go to the deeper pools and you will...More