Hawaii is well known place lot of tourist go there and most of the beaches are too crowded . But there is many hidden hawaii beaches around the islands waiting for you to discover them and to enjoy a bit in the more private way.
1.Secret beach – Kaui
Though its real name is Kauapea, this empty, half-mile stretch of sand is better known among locals as Secret Beach and is one of the most beautiful Hawaii beaches. The name fits: Nestled between Kalihiwai Bay and Kilauea Point, it’s located far off the tourist track and accessible only by a rocky unmarked trail. Lava rocks border the beach on both sides and jutting red cliffs cloaked by lush vegetation and cascading waterfalls form a dramatic backdrop.
2.Waipio beach Big Island
Of all the Hawaii beaches on the Big Island, the unspoiled crescent of black sand at the base of Waipio Valley is easily the most secluded: it’s sheltered by 2,000-foot cliffs and it’s a grueling three-mile hike down. But don’t be dissuaded: you’ll be rewarded handsomely for your efforts with superfine, inky sand and calm, clear turquoise water. Look to the east, and you’ll spot the spectacular Kaluahine Waterfall (pictured) and the larger Waiulili Falls, which can be accessed by a rocky trail along the surf.
3.Halona Cove – Oahu
Tucked in between Halona Point and the Halona Blowhole, the small, rocky Halona Cove is so beautiful and one of the most breathtaking Hawaii beaches and dramatically picturesque you’ll swear you’ve seen it in a movie. Chances are, you have; it’s been featured in flicks like From Here to Eternity, Pirates of the Caribbean, and 50 First Dates. Somehow, despite its silver screen fame, it remains sparsely visited, perhaps due to the rocky, somewhat treacherous hike required to reach it. Be extremely cautious when swimming—the current is mellow inside the cove itself, but rough once you venture outside of it.
4.Secret beach Maui
Secret Beach in Maui—not to be confused with Kauai’s Secret Beach—is located just south of the popular Makena Beach, concealed behind a lava rock wall in a quiet residential neighborhood—keep an eye out for the blink-and-you’ll-miss-it sign. Its beauty and serenity might be staggering,From all Hawaii beaches this one has one of the most beautiful sunsets.
5.Polihua Beach – Lanai
Largely overlooked by tourists in favor of Oahu, Maui, and Kauai, the island of Lanai itself feels like a secret paradise filled with undeveloped beaches and desert-like landscapes. Polihua Beach feels especially remote, located on Lanai’s wild northwestern coast and accessible only via four-wheel drive. (It’s also not somewhere that you should try swimming.) The two-mile sandbar used to be the nesting ground of Hawaiian green sea turtles; they’ve since moved to islands further north, but you’ll likely spot migrating humpback whales between December and April. Secret but one of the Hawaii beaches that will always make you to come back.
Those are just few of them there is many more but maybe you will found some new one if you explore around this paradise islands.