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Honaunau Bay a/k/a "Two Step"

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City of Refuge / Pu`uhonua o Honaunau | Honaunau Bay a/k/a "Two Step"

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Honaunau Bay / Two Step

Honaunau Bay / Two Step
Some of the best snorkeling in the state
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Honaunau City of Refuge
City of Refuge / Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Park
Located on the south side of the bay.
TIP: For park admission, clean restrooms & secure parking while you snorkel, park for $5 per car.

Honaunau Bay / Two Step

Toilets available, but NO DRINKING WATER or showers.


Small beach with calm water- fun for kids!
Bring your beach chairs and coolers.
No water, food or drink vendors.

Honaunau Bay / Two Step

The bay is well known for dolphin encounters.

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The "Two Step" Entry-

Honaunau Bay / Two Step

Honaunau Bay / Two Step
This the famous "2-step". Easy in and easy out.

Honaunau Bay / Two Step

Honaunau Bay / Two Step
The water is 3 to 30 meters deep and usually clear
enough to see to the bottom.

Honaunau Bay / Two Step
Safety- no lifeguards- bring a vest or boogie board.
If you swim far out- be sure you have the energy to swim back!

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DIRECTIONS: From Highway 11, turn on Highway 160 at the Honaunau Post Office. Downhill 3 1/2 miles to the City of Refuge / Pu`uhonua o Honaunau.


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City of Refuge / Pu`uhonua o Honaunau | Honaunau Bay a/k/a "Two Step"

 

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