The island is home to scenic state parks, cascading waterfalls and rivers, and Waimea Canyon. Plunging to depths of 3,000 feet, Waimea is often referred to as “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific.”
The water is generally calm and great for wading or swimming. Next to the beach there is even a stream where you can paddle, float, fish, or kayak. The bay is rarely crowded and the perfect setting to get active, explore, or simply relax and soak up the sun.
The coastline and beach are secluded and picturesque. In addition to snorkeling, swimming and fishing are popular activities along this natural wonder.