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Renting a Turtle Bay condo, on Oahu's North Shore, is one of the finest resort areas to vacation, with its almost 900 oceanfront acres. Far enough from the bustle of Honolulu's arriving and departing visitors, Turtle Bay Resort is a pristine part of Oahu that offers seemingly endless water sports, several restaurants and shops, challenging golf, and idyllic relaxation.
Things to Do
Our Turtle Bay condo rentals, in the city of Kahuku, are named for the Kahuku Point nearby, the northernmost point of land on Oahu. Turtle Bay Resort condos offer an advantageous location that benefit from North Shore and Haleiwa activities, while distinctly separate from even the slightest buzz of commotion. Pristine coastline, the area includes Kawela Bay and Kuilima Cove, terrific for lazy beach days or hiking. Almost as much as the North Shore is known for its surfing, Turtle Bay is the site for snorkeling.
For Golfers, both the Arnold Palmer and George Fazio, are played by locals, visitors, and hotel guests. Kahuku Golf Course is a nine-hole public course, located seaside.
Resort perfection completes a trio of cities and their charms. Nearby Haleiwa's old town feel and the North Shore's quirky and casual locale both offer a change of pace just 10 minutes away. Turtle Bay and its surrounding areas are home to hiking and biking trails. A departure from the many land and water sports, is a tour at Kahuku Farms, with fruits, flowers, and vegetables.
Eat and Shop
Pacific Rim, Pan-Asian, Italian, and seafood, are part of the offerings, plus more casual foods including everything from sandwiches to the nearby shrimp trucks. Desserts, tropical fruits, and island dishes are part of the fare that add a sweet finish to any meal.
Gifts and sundries are all available in Turtle Bay; nearby malls and shopping centers offer mainstream stores. The Kahuku Superette is the place to go for eating and shopping; those seeking exotic and popular island picks will find it here--octopus and ahi poke.
It's wise to rent a car when staying in Turtle Bay; although the resort area offers plenty of golf, shopping, activity, and dining, a car is useful to venture further in the North Shore and Haleiwa towns