Overview of Kahe Point Beach Park

Kahe Point Beach Park

Kahe Point Beach Park
Hawaiian Islands


Site Review by
 Robert Lower
Date: 07/05/2001


Site Condition
(1=worst, 5=best)

Name:  Robert Lower Entry:    3.00
Email:   Click Here Bottom:    3.00
City:   Honolulu Reef:    4.00
State:   HI Animal:    5.00
Country:   USA Plant:    2.00
Diving:   2 years Facilities:    4.00
 Dives:   377 Solitude   3.00
    Roads:    5.00


*Average:    3.63
An abundance of fish and other organisms. Usually a white tipped reef shark can be found in a cave about 700-1000psi to the right of the pipe that releases all of the warm water. The cave, though hard to find, is the best part of the dive and is home to a giant school of menpachi (squirrel fish), several large Roy (spotted grouper), 2 turtles, a 4 1/2 foot long white tipped reef shark, and when the shark is not home large ulua (amber jack) swim into the cave to hunt the menpachi. If you are a underwater hunter, or enjoy a large diverse population of fish, this is the place to go. Occasionally dragon morays have been spotted out here, too. Night dives are only enjoyable if a diver possesses thorough knowledge of the site and monitors the tides. My best advice is do it during the day when there is more to see.    

Enjoyment Level

Snorkel:    4.00
Beginner:    4.00
Intermediate:    5.00
Advanced:    3.00
Night diving:    2.00

Seasonal Information

Season:    Summer
Year:    2001
Visibility:    4.00
Current:    3.00
Surf:    3.00

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