Hawaii Beaches

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  • Kapolei beach: Barbers Point Beach Park

    Barbers Point Beach Park

    Kapolei, Oahu
    If you're planning a beach day, Barber's Point isn't the beach for you. However if you want to fish, see the lighthouse, or happen to be in the Kapolei area, it is definitely worth a visit. AT A GLANCE: HIGHLIGHTS: Located adjacent to an... Read more
  • Maalaea beach: Haycraft Beach Park

    Haycraft Beach Park

    Maalaea, Maui
    Haycraft is a little-known county beach park at the end of the strip of condominiums and vacation rentals east of Ma'alaea harbor. It provides natural shade and windbreak shelter, and has several picnic tables, fresh-water shower and portable... Read more
  • Kihei beach: Charley Young Beach

    Charley Young Beach

    Kihei, Maui
    A local favorite, this beach is the more quiet end of "Kamaole I" but feels much more remote, due to its being two blocks from busy South Kihei road. Ironwood trees lining this end of the beach provide some rare Kihei beach shade, and the sand... Read more
  • Mokuleia beach: Mokule'ia Beach Park

    Mokule'ia Beach Park

    Mokuleia, Oahu
    Whose familiar with the smash hit TV series Lost will find instant familiarity with this secluded and little-known gem of a beach often used for the ABC show's filming of scenes. Tucked away on Oahu's North Shore, Mokule'ia Beach is a marvelous... Read more
  • Haleiwa beach: Off the Wall

    Off the Wall

    Haleiwa, Oahu
    This world-famous surf break is packed with surfers, photographers, and other beach goers during the winter months when the swells bring wave-chasers from around the world. During the summer months, it offers a calmer and less crowded beach... Read more
  • Waimanalo beach: Bellows Beach Park

    Bellows Beach Park

    Waimanalo, Oahu
    Bellows Beach Park is a family style leisure camp located in Waimanalo, Hawaii. With long stretches of white sand, shady ironwood trees, clear waters and a magnificient view of luscious offshore islands, this beach park offers a great vacation... Read more
  • Diamond Head beach: Diamond Head Beach Park

    Diamond Head Beach Park

    Diamond Head, Oahu
    Located at the base of Diamond Head and encompassing two acres along the cliffs, this beach primarily attracts surfers and features beautiful views, tide pools, good waves, a running path, and extensive coral reef. If you're lucky, you might... Read more
  • Kona beach: Manini'owali Beach at Kua Bay

    Manini'owali Beach at Kua Bay

    Kona, Big Island
    The northernmost beach in the Kekaha Kai State Park, this picturesque beach is just one out of three splendid beaches located within an easy drive from all Kailua-Kona. Officially named Manini'owali Beach, it is loosely referred to by islanders... Read more
  • Captain Cook beach: Napo'opo'o Landing

    Napo'opo'o Landing

    Captain Cook, Big Island
    A part of the larger Kealakekua Bay State Historical Park and Marine Conservation District, Napoopoo landing offers clear conditions and easy ocean entry.AT A GLANCEHighlights: a historic landing with water teeming with fishActivities: Sun... Read more
  • North Shore beach: Rocky Point

    Rocky Point

    North Shore, Oahu
    Another one of North Shore's famous reef breaks, Rocky Point attracts throngs of pro surfers and fans all winter long. As the name implies, you can find this break by the lava rocks scattered on the beach in front of it. AT A GLANCE: HIGHLIGHTS:... Read more