What is the Best Way to See Hawaii’s Beaches?
Hawaii’s long, warm beaches are legendary. Whether you like to hit the big waves on a surfboard, stroll the warm sands with your husband or wife, or just lay under the beating sun to work on your tan, you can do it on Hawaii’s beaches.
If you’re visiting Hawaii for the first time, or if you simply want to take in as much as possible, what is the best way to see Hawaii’s many beautiful beaches? When you book a tour with Discover Hawaii Tours, you can embark on the Oahu Circle Island Tour, the best tour to take you on a whirlwind trip around Hawaii’s breathtaking beaches.
On this tour you’ll visit a number of Hawaii’s most famous beaches along Oahu’s North Shore. Oahu’s North Shore is known as one of the best spots in the world to surf, and chances are that when you visit, you’ll be able to catch sight of a few people catching waves. Oahu’s North Shore is also home to Turtle Beach, named that way because of the green sea turtles that hang out there. You’ll see turtles sprawled in the sand and grazing on the seaweed underwater. At times, you can even see a Hawaiian monk seal on the beach!
If you’d prefer to test the waters yourself while you visit beautiful Hawaiian beaches, you’ll want to take advantage of the stop you’ll take at Sunset Beach, also while on the Oahu Circle Island Tour. This beach is family friendly and the perfect place to take in the breathtaking sunset. If you plan to visit during the winter months, be prepared to be amazed at the professional surfing competitions that often take place at Sunset Beach. You’ll be astonished by the height of the waves on Hawaii’s beaches at this time of the year.
Honolulu tours wouldn’t be complete without a short visit to Pearl Harbor. While on the Oahu Circle Island Tour, you’ll have the chance to visit a few of the museums and other attractions that now stand to honor the tragic events of December 7, 1941. At the USS Arizona Memorial, you can pay your respects to the fallen that were aboard the USS Arizona when it sank. The wreckage is now straddled by the memorial, which sits on top of the sunken hull of the Arizona without touching it. To this day, oil leaks from the remains of the once mighty vessel. This has come to be known as the Black Tears of the Arizona.
These amazing sights and unique experiences await when you book a tour with Discover Hawaii Tours to see Hawaii’s beaches. Call us at 808-670-3743.
Written By: Leo Malagon