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Hawaii beaches

  • Hawaii Kai beach: Paiko Lagoon Kuli'ou'ou Beach Park

    Paiko Lagoon Kuli'ou'ou Beach Park

    Hawaii Kai, Oahu
    Kuli'ou'ou Beach Park is a beautiful neighborhood park next to the peaceful Paiko Lagoon, which is a wildlife sanctuary. Located near Hawaii Kai in south Oahu, the park offers beautiful views and lots of water and land activities. AT A GLANCE:... Read more
  • Ko Olina beach: Ko Olina Beach and Lagoons

    Ko Olina Beach and Lagoons

    Ko Olina, Oahu
    Located on the warm dry leeward side of the island of Oahu, four sheltered Ko Olina Lagoons form a picture-perfect vacation paradise. Historically an oceanside retreat of choice of Hawaiian royalty, this well-designed 642-acre resort area is now... Read more
  • Waimanalo beach: Waimanalo Bay Beach Park

    Waimanalo Bay Beach Park

    Waimanalo, Oahu
    Waimanalo Bay Beach Park is a family-style county beach park in the center of Waimanalo Bay, also nicknamed "Sherwood's" by locals. With sand like soft white powdered sugar, shady ironwood forest backing the beach, and regular cooling on-shore... Read more
  • Kilauea beach: Larsen's Beach

    Larsen's Beach

    Kilauea, Kauai
    A jewel of a beach, "Larsen's" is only accessible by a of a mile trail that winds through lowland coastal forest delivering you to oceanfront paradise like a modern day cast-away. An outer reef breaks up big surf, creating smaller waves that... Read more
  • Laie beach: Laie Beach Park aka Pounders Beach

    Laie Beach Park aka Pounders Beach

    Laie, Oahu
    White-sand, turquoise water, ample shade, year-round waves, and a picturesque setting make this beach a favorite with locals and visitors alike. Laie Beach Park is commonly known as Pounders Beach because of the pounding shorebreak found here... Read more
  • Kaneohe beach: North Beach

    North Beach

    Kaneohe, Oahu
    Despite the epic, world-famous surf breaks that Oahu boasts, the windward side of the island has a serious lack of good surf spots. Because of this, North Beach is a rare treasure an exquisitely beautiful, postcard-perfect beach with... Read more
  • Waimea beach: Kekaha Beach Park aka MacArthur Park

    Kekaha Beach Park aka MacArthur Park

    Waimea, Kauai
    This beach park is the furthest western facing county lifeguard post on Kauai.The soft fine sands of this beach are easy to reach, and an infinite blue ocean view reveals the distant island of Ni'ihau appearing as a sliver on the horizon. This a... Read more
  • Hawaii Kai beach: Maunalua Bay

    Maunalua Bay

    Hawaii Kai, Oahu
    Aptly named, Maunalua (meaning two mountains) is located along a beautiful stretch of southeastern Oahu coast in-between Diamond Head and Koko Head. This bay is a watersport lover's dream, offering wide-open space, epic views, and perfect... Read more
  • Kaanapali beach: Ka'anapali Beach

    Ka'anapali Beach

    Kaanapali, Maui
    The largest and longest resort area beach on island, Maui's Ka'anapali region is famous for its beautiful azure seas and soft light sand. Each resort is a world unto itself, each offering visitors many options for activities and refreshments all... Read more
  • Ko Olina beach: Tracks Beach Park

    Tracks Beach Park

    Ko Olina, Oahu
    While not in the prettiest area (across from a busy highway and a power plant), Tracks Beach Park is gorgeous and relatively quiet with crystal clear, turquoise water. The beach is on a downward slant with lots of trees and bushes at the top,... Read more

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