During our walking tour we came to pier. It was great. Enjoyed sights and sounds. People fishing and swimming
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The pier is close to everything with just the right amount of movement of the ocean, easy access, and enough swimming room. It is sometimes hard to find the right conditions for fun swimming on this island. The water is either rocky, dangerous or so...More
I see a lot of people say that the pier is not a good spot to snorkel. Well, if you go at the right time it is. I went there mid morning and snorkeled away. Saw my first eel swimming..not hiding in a hole. Do...More
Most of the boat tours (Body Glove, etc) launch from this pier. Next to it is a lovely sandy beach that has a gradual slope, good for children or just getting your feet wet... or go out further and snorkel to see several varieties of...More
The small sandy beach is nice. It's cool to see all the boats coming and going right around sunset. The sunsets from here are amazing.
After breakfast had a nice walk to learn about Hawaiian's History at Kailu Pier and Marriott Courtyard. In The Hotel and Pier there was many Art work, Photo, info about Hawaiian people and their lifestyle. This is a must if you are interested in Hawaiian's...More
Must see the world champion of Ironman race in this week! It was really excited at every booth, there are finalists in some sponsor booths at the beginning of the week, they are very friendly and fun. "Swim 2.4miles, Bike 112miles, Run 26.2miles brag for...More
This pier brings back memories. Going out on a military boat to Honolulu. Going on some of the cruise ships, Out to sea to scatter the remains of a friend who lost his life in an accident... the list goes on.
I wasn't interested in all the land activities here, but the open water swim course is great. There are buoys marking the 1.2 mile round trip, and the boats (generally) stay away from there. Great opportunity to swim in crystal clear water with fish and...More