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A beauitful beach on the north shore that has turtles beaching themselves to sunbake. We went snorkelling there and saw about 4 turtles in the water. Not signposted so you will need to ask a local where it is.
We enjoyed our swim with the turtles at Laniakea Beach! Very sandy shore for easy access and helpful and passionate volunteers on beach!
We swan early morning and saw turtles however I have heard the afternoons are the time for a lot more turtle encounters!
You will see Hawaiian green sea turtles here.
Some people hop out of their cars, snap a few photos, and keep going. We spent about 90 minutes swimming and snorkeling here. Probably saw a dozen or so turtles on sea and land. It is illegal...More
Amazing little spot. We went for a walk in the middle if the day at high tide not really expecting to see any turtles given they sun in the evenings and mornings. But as we walked up the far end of the beach we saw...More
We travelled to Laniakea Beach in the hopes of seeing sea turtles & we were in luck!
It was a beautiful experience seeing these amazing creatures relaxing on the sand & swimming in groups in their own natural environment. Volunteers were there to protect the...More
We stumbled across this beach by accident. We couldn’t find a park at sunset beach and happened to find one here. Sea turtles basking in the shallows, soft sand and safe swimming makes for a great day. Take a snorkel and respect the turtles space....More
Response from Hulafille | Reviewed this property |
The turtle guardian said that the turtles are there year round but are more abundant on the beach in summer. The ocean there has high surfs and currents, and swimming there is not recommended. The volunteer said that... More
The turtle guardian said that the turtles are there year round but are more abundant on the beach in summer. The ocean there has high surfs and currents, and swimming there is not recommended. The volunteer said that between 11 am to 3 pm is usually a good time to see turtles, but it is not guaranteed. She has seen turtles at all hours. She also mentioned that sometimes, she can go for two weeks without seeing a turtle on the beach. You cannot touch or feed the turtles. They are protected.