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June 21, 2016

Kawela Bay - A Stop on Our Custom Tour with Circle Island Tour in 24

Despite being born and raised on Oahu, I've never been to Kawela Bay until we stopped there during our Custom Tour with Circle Island Tour in 24.

Kawela, which means "heat," is part of a legend which tells of how gods Kane and Kanaloa struck spring water from a rock known as Wai-Kane to give life to the then waterless area around Kawela Bay.

The blue waters seemed very calm, and with the exception of a couple of companies who were offering lessons (Kawela Bay is popular for stand-up paddle boarding and kayaking), the beach was not crowded at all.


On the way to the beach you'll go through a whimsical tree tunnel which leads to a magical banyan tree.  The single tree with multiple trunks has been seen in popular TV shows and movies.






I had no idea Kawela Bay was home to so many hidden gems!

Stay tuned for more on our Custom Tour with Circle Island Tour in 24.

1 comment:

  1. These pictures make me want to be in Hawaii right now!

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