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We stopped here while on the North shore. It is a busy area as everyone is wanting to see the sea turtles. The turtles are part of a preserve so you can view but not touch. Parking can be sparse and you may have to...More
This beach is known for its turtles, but they aren't always present. We were lucky enough to see one at 3:00 in the afternoon. The volunteers on the beach make sure people do not bother the turtles and are there to answer your questions.
You won't just be turtle watching, you'll also be watching people from all over the world react in astonishment to these magnificent creatures.
Park across the road. Talk to the volunteers, they are amazing, too, as one of them is there 24/7 to make sure...More
So we went to this beach probably 4 times trying to see the turtles. The beach it’s self is beautiful. The area where the turtles come up to sun them selves has volunteers that watch and protect the turtles. Once on the beach they identify...More
a beautiful paradise, parking here is pretty easy specially right before sunset as most people have been gone for the day, but let me tell you that the sunset time is the best time to come.
the water was perfect, we got to see an...More
My family and I came to this beach because we heard it was a great place to spot sea turtles and it did not let us down. We saw turtles on the beach and also swimming close to shore. Very cool to see these creatures...More
We went here in the morning when exploring the north part of Oahu. It’s a small and idyllic beach but the most amazing thing was that we were able to see a turtle. It was very calm and relaxed at the beach for a while...More
If you're headed to the north shore, Laniakea Beach is a must!
You need to park across the street and there is A LOT of traffic so you really need to be careful!
Once on the beach you'll get to see lots of huge turtles...More
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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.