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Honaunau Bay / Two Step

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Honaunau Bay / Two Step
The bay is a spinner dolphin resting area.
It's not unusual to swim with dolphins here.

Honaunau Bay / Two Step Honaunau Bay / Two Step

Honaunau Bay / Two Step

Sometimes, people use this entry point with natural rock "steps".
Rocks on this North side of the lava rock shelf tend to be slimey-slippery and wet.

Honaunau Bay / Two Step

The traditional 2-step entry might be crowded at times, but is a safer entry and exit than this area.

Honaunau Bay / Two Step
Rock "steps" at the North entry point are not as
big as the other entry

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Honaunau Bay / Two Step

Local fishermen use the boat ramp, especially on weekends.

Honaunau Bay / Two Step

The Honaunau Canoe Club is at Two Step. A home on the roadside offers bags of ice for the day's catch.

Honaunau Bay / Two Step
"Two Step"

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