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Really one of the best beach for fish watching. For snorkeling the waters in this inlet are even calm for small children. When you are on North Shore you have to be careful because most of the beaches can have "angry seas"
The beach is half an hour to 45 minutes away from downtown Honolulu. There are some tour buses stop off at the park on and off. For the most part, the beach is very quiet. The day we went, we were the only group in...More
We came to Haleiwa Beach Park multiple times during our stay on Oahu. We set up in front of the Beach House restaurant where we found on street parking. It is a great area for swimming and a very popular area for paddle boarding. We...More
Great beach for a place to enjoy grass, some sand, and snorkeling. Bring your shoes or a paddle board, though. This is not the best place to go swimming. The coral on the west side covers much of the beach but there are often sea...More
Nice big park on the water, plenty of open space, but there are a lot of much better spots in the area. Showers/change rooms closed for renovations but toilets open. I think they need a bulldozer renovation as the pavilion looks like it could come...More
This is a cute little town, kind of like the Byron Bay (Australia) of Hawaii.
Stopped for refreshments on our way North, locals are super friendly and willing to talk to you about the area and even some chilled hidden places to hang out. If...More