Located in the Big Island's Puna district, Kehena Beach is one of the few unofficial clothing optional beaches in Hawaii. It is a long but narrow black sand beach which local residents call Dolphin Beach because of the frequent appearances of spinner dolphins in this area. The beach was formed in 1955 when lava flowed down from the sea cliffs and into the ocean. Swimming is only possible here when the ocean is calm as the beach is exposed to the open ocean causing strong currents and undertows.
Clothing optional but most will be nude
Private - 100% legal
Generally a M/F gender balance
Free - there is no fee
Age range: all
Capacity: 200 people
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