Kuhio Beach Honolulu
Part of the continuous Waikiki Beach, Kuhio Beach represents a calmer section of Waikiki. Partially sheltered by a water-breaking wall, this beach is an ideal location for young children and beginner swimmers.
Waikiki Beach Honolulu
Waikiki Beach is a famed stretch of interconnected walking and sunning beaches that spans two-miles (3 km) along the coastline of Oahu. A wide range of community events are held on the white sand, and a bounty of restaurants, hotels, and bars line the beach, which is also flanked by lush palm trees.
Halona Beach Cove
Also known as the "The Peering Place", this is a natural beach is situated to the right of the Halona Blowhole. Although this beach is great for swimming when the waters are calm, there are no lifeguards and no facilities so visitors should take caution.
Its great waves have made Sandy beach a hot-spot for those who love to body surf and sunbathe. Some of the beaches features include easy access to Kalanianaole Highway, full bathrooms and food concessions. The grassy area attracts many kite flyers who fill the sky with colorful kites on the weekends. However, the beach can be dangerous due to its strong rip currents and shallow shore breaks.