Legally there are none but the law is not enforced at Kehena Beach and at Both are clothing optional beaches and you will see people wearing swimming suits as well as people naked. Beach 69 has changed a lot since they fixed the road and put in facilities.
A different sort of dive. There are few wrecks to dive on the Big Island, the Naked Lady is one of the few. An Easter Sunday morning spent out on the water, enjoying a beautiful day.
The answer is yes, in some places. However, nudity is illegal at state beaches, and this is via state park mandate. That said, some beaches in Hawaii are in fact nude, topless, or clothing optional.
The truth is that nudists are actually human…only sans clothes. Nudists are probably way happier than those of us who painstakingly stare at the wardrobe every day. They have successfully managed to demystify the human body, to feel mostly comfortable in their own skin and, of course, they get the pleasure of skinny dipping.
The Big Island of Hawaii draws divers from around the world for its famous mantas, sharks, whales, sea turtles and eclectic variety of tropical and uniquely endemic marine life but one thing it's not known for is wrecks. But every diver who heads out to the reef to experience the more well-known inhabitants passes over one of Kailua-Kona's top sites. It rests on the seafloor right in the harbor in Kailua Bay, on the sand at about feet.
I was wondering if there are currently any beaches where people do go completely nude. What I found online is outdated so anything recent would be great. If not in Konaanything within maybe a 30 minute drive?
If you're swimming in the ocean around reefs, check this out. It's important stuff! Be a positive influence here and in the world, show Aloha spirit to one another!
Beaches "Pole 67" and, visible from "shore," snorkeling strand "Pole 69" are a heaven-on-earth. Pole 67 is a gay clothing-optional sandy nook on the island of Hawaii's northwestern side. The nook-name comes from the utility pole you must find to find it! It's warm enough to bare skin almost every day of the year mid '80s.
By John Fischer. That being said, there are plenty of beaches the vast majority, really on the Hawaiian Islands that are no located in state parks, so feel free to ditch your bathing suit in favor a birthday suit instead. Geologically, Kauai is the oldest of the main Hawaiian Islands and is nicknamed "the Garden Isle" due to the tropical rainforest that covers most of the island.