Maha'ulepu Heritage Trail: Shipwreck Beach to Punahoa Point is a 3.7 mile lightly trafficked out and back trail located near Koloa, Hawaii that offers scenic views and is good for all skill levels. The trail is primarily used for hiking, walking, and surfing and is accessible year-round.
Hike along scenic Shipwreck's Beach and up rocky outcroppings past Shipwreck Rock to more secluded coastline. Seaside trail travels Kauai's southern coastline from Shipwreck's Beach on Keoneloa Bay to remote and stunning Mahaulepu Beach near Kawailoa Bay. Along the trail discover rugged sea cliffs, secluded coves, dunes, tide pools, sculpted lava formations, native plants, and petroglyphs. The beach has prime whale watching in the winter, and is a favorite hangout for endangered monk seals......
Nice and easy trip. Great views and good for photos. Wouldn't take toddlers or babies there
Great easy hike
Make sure you wear GOOD shoes. Also we made the long hike there and the cave was locked. Such a disappointment
Beautiful photos as sunset. Jump is frightening & not recommended as it's very difficult to swim in.
Wonderful views, easy stroll along the cliffs.
Fun hike with beautiful view of some pretty varied terrain. Starts in a beach. Go up cliff top for spectacular sunrise views. Nice golf course view for a bit before heading over to the cave. Made it to the cave but cave is locked up mon/tues.
Easy trail with gorgeous views.