Lanikai Beach on Oahu’s windward side is one of the most beautiful beaches in the world and has been ranked on many “top ten beaches” lists.
The beautiful crescent-shaped Kailua Beach is a popular destination for vacationers looking to experience Hawaii beaches outside of Waikiki Beach and beyond Downtown Honolulu.
With gentle waves, ample shade and parking, Kailua Beach Park is a great place for the whole family to have a fun day at the beach.
The four-acre Flat Island, located about one-fourth mile from Kailua Beach Park, is a favorite resting stop for kayakers and a playground for surfers. A quick trip to Flat Island (Popoia Island) by kayak is essential on a visit to Oahu.
These twin islands are an excellent kayak destination offering clear blue waters and a stunning view of Oahu’s east side.
If youre looking for a relaxing day at one of Oahus North Shore Beaches, visit the 19-acre Haleiwa Alii Beach Park.
Bellows Beach Park is a relaxing beach perfect for enjoying the beautiful Hawaiian weather. The soft sand and calm waves make this beach ideal for sunbathing or letting your children swim. Popular with bodyboarders and surfers.
Hundreds of people come to Laniakea Beach (Turtle Beach) everyday with hopes of seeing green sea turtles!
Magic Island (Aina Moana) is a 30-acre beach park situated on a peninsula located on the eastern side of Ala Moana Beach Park in Honolulu.
Calm, clear waters await at Ala Moana Beach Park, one of Honolulus most prized beaches and the place to go when you need a break from the tropical city life.