Kayak to Moku Nui from Kailua Beach Park is a 4.8 mile moderately trafficked out and back trail located near Kailua, HI that offers the chance to see wildlife and is rated as difficult. The trail is primarily used for birding and sea kayaking and is accessible year-round.
4 mile RT kayak trip to Moku Nui from Kailua Beach Park on Oahu.
If you launch from Lanakai you can cut off about two thirds of this. We even did it on a paddle board and were fine. It will still take about a half hour to get out there. The waves wrap around either side of the island and collide right in front of the beach which is fun to watch and play in. We saw sea lions out sunning on the beach, when we came back from walking around we found them sunning on top of our paddle board instead. One person said they see them out there about one in five times, so you might get lucky.
Go to the moke with the two humps.
Amazing. Watch out for the clap when beaching it!
Beautiful. We didn't do whole hike but kayak was great!
Find a calm day when the waves aren't too bad, preferably in the summer. Bring water shoes unless you have feet that can handle jagged rocks.
When you get to the island park your kayak on the beach and what we did was hike eastward around the back all the way to the north part of the island where the split is until we came to a halt where you couldn't walk further. At this point you have to jump down into the inlet when a surge of water comes in to avoid the coral (Really Fun) which takes you easily around a large rock protecting you from the ocean waves and into a nice calm inlet area. There is a rock you can jump off of about 10-15 ft up.