Kohanaiki sunsets always help put the day in perspective.
Often called “Pine Trees” locally, this white rock beach is great for watching the sun dip into the ocean after a long day’s work. Sit back, relax, watch surfers, feel the sea breeze, and enjoy the waves roll in.
This beach’s history is one of landmark legislation confirming open public access to Hawaii beaches. What better place to reflect on progress and change?
A gorgeous North Shore sunset closes out the day hidden behind drifting clouds off the island of Oahu. read more
It takes a broad palette to paint the colors of a Tracks Beach sunset. read more
We hear it all the time: “I left my heart in Maui…” And with scenic beach sunsets like this one from Kama’ole Beach Park III, it is easy to understand why. read more
A father and child hit the shore on Oahu during a golden beach sunset to go fishing, although the little one may be more interested in playing in the small surf than pulling something out of it. read more
The sun pokes holes in the clouds above creating gold shafts of light, illuminating the shoreline and wet sand of Big Beach on Maui’s southeastern coast. read more
Taken on the shores of Oahu, the longer shutter-speed gives us a sense of the waves while making the ocean appear to be painted rather than photographed. Lest we be fooled, the beach, trees, and mountains in the background are in sharp detail. read more
Near Kailua-Kona on Hawaii’s Big Island you can find the beach at Kohanaiki. More often called “Pine Trees” by locals and surfers, this white sand beach has beautiful sunsets, good surf, friendly fun, and an important history. read more
The beach sunset on this night at Kaua’i’s Grand Hyatt offered more pinks and purples than oranges and yellows. read more
Kua Bay, also known as Manini’owali Beach, on Hawaii’s Big Island is outstanding for sunsets. read more
Manini Beach is one of our favorite places. On the Big Island’s Kona cost, Manini Beach moves from grey sands to grass to a’a lava. read more