Hapuna Beach Family Photos

The secret is out on Hapuna Beach! It is named one of the best beaches in the world year after year, and it’s no surprise that once you touch your toes on its soft sand and see the beautiful ocean. We love offering Hapuna Beach Family Photos and getting to capture gorgeous families (like the one below) at one of the best beaches in the world!

What makes Hapuna Beach special?

Hapuna Beach is a very family-friendly beach! Why? We’ve laid it all out for you here:

Pros:

  • A massive beach with tons of space makes it easy to find your spot in the sand, even on a busy day.

  • Soft sand, perfect for building sandcastles or sensitive little feet to walk on.

  • During the non-winter months, incredible swimming with calm water and little to no rocks in the water.

  • Tons of parking.

Cons:

  • There is almost no shade on the beach. Bring an umbrella or popup tent.

  • The water can be downright dangerous in the winter, with big waves crashing into shallow water and strong riptides.

  • $10 parking for non-residents.

  • At midday, the sand can be scorching hot to walk on.

  • Top-rated beach, so expect crowds all the time, any day of the week.

Book your Hapuna Beach Family Photos

While we love Hapuna Beach Family Photos (for all the reasons outlined above!), we only recommend choosing Hapuna Beach for your photoshoot during non-peak travel times. We typically avoid this beach in July, August, November, and December – but not because it isn’t gorgeous all year round! The crowds can be a bit too overwhelming for young kids during those months (so many distractions!). Because we meticulously edit out all the people in the background, the editing and turnaround time is longer.

Interested in learning more about our Hapuna Beach Family Photo Sessions? Reach out to us today! https://wildesparrow.com/contact

 

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