New Hawaii Videos: North Shore Oahu

Last week, I went to the North Shore of Oahu with a few members of our office staff to shoot videos of famous North Shore attractions, like Laniakea Beach and Haleiwa Town. Here are three recent Hawaii videos created from our recent North Shore trip.

Laniakea Beach (Turtle Beach)

This beach is easy to miss when you’re driving along Kamehameha Highway. But when you do make a stop at Laniakea Beach, you’re almost guaranteed to see at least one green sea turtle basking in the sun. Turtles come to the beach to rest and also eat the seaweed on the rocks, which can be found along the shore and underwater. At Laniakea, you just might get lucky and see a Hawaiian monk seal, too! And guess what, we saw one when we visited “Turtle Beach” last week! Check out this video:

Kukaniloko (Royal Birthing Stones)

Our first stop was the Kukaniloko Birthing Stones, where ancient Hawaiians would gather during royal births. Some 900 years ago, with the birth of high chief Kapawa circa 1100 AD. The last royal birth event at this location was in 1797, when Kamehamehama I tried for his child, Liholiho, to be born here. The sacred site is a quiet oasis located near the Dole Pineapple Plantation.

Haleiwa Town

Haleiwa is home to Hawaii’s world-renowned surfing beaches, and one of the most well-known surfing communities. But there’s more than just beaches and surfboards. Haleiwa features a variety of shops and restaurants to enjoy, located on along the main road that passes through the town, Haleiwa Road. Check out the many sites and attractions in Haleiwa:Still want more? Book a North Shore tour with us today! Or, check out our YouTube channel here.

Written By: