Kaihalulu beach has unique color sand

Wednesday, July 11th 2012. | U.S.A

Kaihalulu beach

Kaihalulu beach

Kaihalulu beach in Maui, Hawaii, has a unique color. Beach this one has the color of sand as red as blood, which originate from the dissolved iron to the coast and mixes with the ocean waves.

Iron is derived from volcanoes in the Hawaiian Islands. Because Kaihalulu beach protected natural sea wall, iron derived from the volcano is not an end in the sea like the other beaches.

Kaihalulu is not appropriate beach to use swim because the waves are huge and lots of rocks around it. However, this isolated beach is a place visited by those who want to bask in the quiet atmosphere of the beach.

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