You know what’s about to come your way on Sunday, February 20? Right, it’s new Signature Collection jewelry pieces! As you know, our biggest inspiration is beautiful Hawaii and therefore there’s no better place to present our Signature Collection than on the most gorgeous islands we know. It was hard to find the perfect location, as there are SO many of them.
Are you dreaming about a trip to Hawaii? Come and join us on a little beach hopping tour to check out some of the most beautiful beaches in Hawaii together.
Punalu’u Black Sand Beach, Hawaii
Find this impressive beach with black sand on Big Island, on top you might get to see sea turtles enjoying the sun. Tip: Bring your water shoes, as it can get quite rocky when you make your way to the water. Punalu’u is also close to the Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, which is definitely worth a visit.
Waimea Bay Beach Park, Oahu
Waimea Bay, on the North Shore of the island of Oahu, is the one to go to if you are a big-wave surfer. During winter you can watch gigantic waves coming in and marvel at the pro riders. If you are lucky, there will even be a surfing competition, where you’ll see some jaw-dropping moves.
Hanalei Bay, Kauai
Get your camera ready, as Hanalei Bay will steal your heart with its turquoise water and emerald mountains in the back. Located along the North Shore of Kauai, which is also known as Garden Island for its lush tropical rainforests, cascading waterfalls and green valleys, Hanalei Bay is perfect for swimming during summer when the waters are calm.
Polihua Beach, Lanai
You want to go for a long romantic and private beach walk? Then Polihua Beach has your name written on it. As there are strong currents, it’s no place where you should go swimming, but you can spot Green Sea Turtles all year round and even Humpback Whales during the winter months.
Poʻipū Beach Park, Kauai
Poipu Beach Park on the island of Kauai has already been named the best beach in the USA and is just as attractive for surfers as for families. In addition, depending on the season, you can also observe Humpback Whales, Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles or Hawaiian Monk Seals there.
Kaihalulu Red Beach, Maui
Find this dramatic and hidden cove on Maui’s East Coast. It’s not easy to get there as it requires a steep and narrow hike for which you need solid footwear. This said, the crescent-shaped Kaihalulu Beach is unlike any other with its dark red sand that comes from the Ka’uiki Head cinder cone and its rust-red lava cinder cliffs, forming a surreal contrast to the bright blue sea. You’ll remember this beach for the rest of your life.
Tunnels Beach, Kauai
Tunnels Beach, also known as Makua Beach, is one of the best snorkeling and diving spots on the North Shore of Kauai. The crescent-shaped bay with golden sand is framed by palm trees and green mountains – making it picture perfect. It’s spectacular for underwater adventures, as there are lava tubes forming underwater caverns (giving Tunnels Beach it’s name) with a stunning underwater world.
Which of these beaches would be your first stop? It’s hard to decide and we can’t wait to read your answer in the comments.