In need of a tropical escape? Sharing a photo diary of Waimea Bay Beach Park on Oahu, Hawaii
Are you guys sick of my Hawaii beach photo diaries yet? I hope not, because taking and editing photos might be the only thing keeping me sane right now.
I’ve blogged about my love of Waimea Bay before (okay, maybe a little bit of annoyance with how it’s typically packed with tourists), but mostly, I really love it, especially when parking is freely available like right now. In the winter months, it’s a great spot to watch the insane waves on the North Shore.
In any case, over Fourth of July, we noticed that quite a few boats were in the Bay and had never seen it like that before! We found a parking spot and decided to take some photos. It’s a great way to socially distance if I’m being honest 😉
Hawaii Beach Photo Diary: Waimea Bay Beach Park
This is a good view of the famous rock that Waimea Bay is so well known for, which you can notice in the right corner along the shoreline. This photo doesn’t exactly do it justice, but you can still see all the people on top of it, because it’s best known for people jumping off of it. Sort of like a rite of passage. I’ve never done it, but Dane has!
In the below photo you’ll notice a green algae-looking cut out. That’s actually a mini tide pool that forms on the far end of Waimea Bay. To be honest, it looks much nicer in person. This aerial shot makes it appear and little damp, dark and gross!