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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 is the sheltered bay where the City of Refuge / Pu'uhonua o Honaunau National Park is located. Just around the corner from the National Park is a popular shore entry to curso autocad completo the Bay known as "Two Step." The snorkeling here is some of the best on the island. The water is 3 to 30 meters deep and usually clear enough to see to the bottom.

The bay is a "dolphin resting area," and you can see pods of spinner dolphins "sleeping" in the part of the bay opposite the City of Refuge. While you are advised not to disturb the dolphins, sometimes they will "disturb" you when they are awake... Some visitors report encounters where dolphins playfully swim around them.


There is limited seating, so feel free to bring your own beach chairs...

Snorkeling is about as good as it gets here.

The "Two Step" Entry-

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Kealakekua Bay | Hike to Captain Cook Monument | Manini Beach

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

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