Need to pass a little time? If you can manage it, we recommend Kukio Bay.
Kukio Bay is home to a longer (for the Big Island), narrow beach, known for its sea turtle population and gorgeous sunsets. It’s typically a bit windy in the afternoons, but warm breezes aren’t all bad. Combine the soft sand, ocean friends, and clear blue coral seas, and we think it’s a great spot to relax and let a few minutes slip past.
A Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle takes a peek at the camera just below the water surface in Oahu. read more
This is ‘Coming Ashore’, a picture of Hao at Laniakea Beach on Oahu’s North Shore! read more
A Green Sea Turtle catches some lunch and some sun at Kahalu’u Beach Park near Kona, Hawaii. read more
A dozing Hawaiian sea turtle eyes the camera underwater in clear Hawaii waters. read more
A Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle rests on the soft white sand of Laniakea Beach on Oahu’s North Shore as the sun sits just below the horizon, painting the sky with a palette of pastels from yellow to light blue. read more
A Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle flies by an underwater observer amidst corals and white sand as streams of light pour in from above in Maui’s near-shore ocean. read more
In Hawaii sea turtles are different. Unlike other places in the world, Hawaiian sea turtles come ashore to nap and bask in the sun. read more
Something about sea turtles tugs at our hearts. It may be that we’ve seen one too many Disney or Pixar movies or that all those ‘save the planet’ speeches have gotten to us. read more