Leleiwi Beach Park
Kalanianaole Ave., Hilo, Big Island, Hawaii

With its near-shore coral reef which hosts plenty of sea life, Leleiwi Beach is a terrific spot for snorkeling, scuba diving, and fishing. Also for your exploration, there are several coves, inlets, ponds and freshwater tide pools. Even better yet, on the east side of Leleiwi Beach Park is Richardson’s Ocean Center, a cool place for the kids to engage in interactive activities and lessons about tropical marine life. Leieiwi Beach is also known for its high surf, which makes it great for boogie boarders and suffers, but swimmers and divers should always exercise caution when the waters are especially rough.

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