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Went to Laniakea Beach hoping to see turtles. I saw one review said best time to go was between 11am-1pm so that’s what we did. I did see a head pop out the water and maybe a shell. But none on the beach when I...More
I feel terrible for locals in the North Shore. Tourists coming to look at Turtles (that aren't even there) is causing a major nightmare and congestion in this area. Do yourself a favor and jump in the Ocean. We swam with many sea turtles and...More
I know the best time to go is from 11am to 1pm. Since we stop by at the Dole plantation, we end up arriving there at 4pm. There is 1 young turtle there. The volunteer told us the turtle has been there since 1pm. I...More
As a local here I will share with everyone reading this something tour companies wont tell you. The traffic here sucks, expect to sit in your car for about 60 minutes to travel 15 miles. More importantly as more and more tourists come to...More
Read reviews that this is a turtles haven and there was only one turtle. I was so disappointed because I love turtles. But the beach is beautiful and it was empty. Will need to return to see more turtles.
We had an amazing tour guide - Yannie from Hi5 Adventures who took us to a some of the the most spectacular beaches, including Laniakea Beach.
Absolutely beautiful and one of the best to spend time at.
I was thrilled to be able to observe these amazing sea creatures up close. I was particularly pleased to see that people were staying outside the boundaries and giving the turtles their own space. As for the beach itself it is great for surfing but...More
We visited this beach for the turtles but didn't see any in November. Good for a walk or just relaxing in the sun if you have plenty of time in north shore. Park on the road, cross and walk to the beach.
We really loved snorkeling at this beach. Our aim was to swim with a turtle which we succeeded at. There were also turtles out in the sun and swimming in the shallows.
It is not a big beach and parking can be difficult. Lovely conservation...More