Description of Oluwalu Beach: The Oluwalu Beach has a very tragic history. This was the site of the “Olowalu Massacre”. However, don’t let that get you down. This place is perfect fro surfing. Surfers of all skill levels can enjoy a session here. Snorkeling is also a great thing to do here since this place has a lot of corals and fishes. Turtles are a common site here as well as black tip reef sharks. Caution is advised since the reef is pretty close to the surface here and there are no amenities.

Beach Length: Approximately 1500 Feet .
Beach Type: Rocky.
Bottom Type: Reef.
Is there a lifeguard? No, there is no lifeguard at this beach..
Facilities: Beach, Free Parking.
Hazards: Large Surf, Shallow Reef.
Beach Access: Dirt Trail.
Parking: Paved.
How hard is it to get there? Easy.
What is this beach best for? Body Boarding, Body Surfing, SCUBA Diving, Snorkeling, Surfing, Swimming.
Beach Schedule:
Monday: 7AM-7PM
Tuesday: 7AM-7PM
Wednesday: 7AM-7PM
Thursday: 7AM-7PM
Friday: 7AM-7PM
Saturday: 7AM-7PM
Sunday: 7AM-7PM.

How to get to Oluwalu Beach

Jeremy Stice is the Author of the Maui Real Estate Guidebook.

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