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Top Ten Beaches in Oahu

Haleiwa
Haleiwa

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Kahaluu
Kahaluu

Kahaluu Beach, Keauhou: See 288 reviews, articles, and 219 photos of Kahaluu Beach, ranked No.5 on TripAdvisor among 8 attractions in Keauhou.

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Waimanalo Beach
Waimanalo Beach

We stayed in a home on Waimanalo Beach down from the camping area in March 2017. There were some homeless people staying more along the beachline in makeshift tents but they were harmless and very nice. They mostly kept to themselves. Most were not locals - we met a couple from the US actually that purposely went to Hawaii homeless.

Waimanalo
Waimanalo

Things to Do in Waimanalo ; Waimanalo Beach; ... Small-Group Tour of East Oahu's Famous Beaches. More Info. $74.00 * and up. Small Group Sunset Tour of ...

Makaha
Makaha

Makaha Beach Park, Waianae: ... Having stayed in Makaha, this beach was the closest & most convenient to get to. ... Four Seasons Resort Oahu at Ko Olina.

Punaluu
Punaluu

Because of constant volcanic activity, you'll find white sands and black sands on the island of Hawaii. Located on the southeastern Kau coast, Punaluu Black Sand Beach is one of the most famous black sand beaches in Hawaii. Located between the towns of Pahala and Naalehu in Kau, Punaluu Black Sand Beach's jet black shores are an unforgettable sight.

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Mokuleia
Mokuleia

Mokuleia Beach Park, Waialua: See 93 reviews, articles, and 122 photos of Mokuleia Beach Park, ranked No.1 on TripAdvisor among 20 attractions in Waialua.

Kapolei
Kapolei

Kapolei, Oahu. Kapolei is located on Oahu's south shore, about 25 miles (40 km) west of downtown Honolulu. In the past, the land where Kapolei is now located was agricultural land, used for sugarcane and pineapple production. Today, Kapolei is rapidly growing and already has a population of 15,186.

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Waianae
Waianae

Wai'anae, Oahu Wai'anae (view panorama) is the main town on Oahu's leeward coast. That's why this side of the island is also often times referred to as the Wai'anae Coast.

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‘Ewa
‘Ewa

Ewa Beach, Oahu. Ewa Beach is located on Oahu's leeward coast (near the southwestern tip of the island), about 20 miles (32 km) west of downtown Honolulu. The word “ewa” means “stray” in the Hawaiian language, referring to a myth that says that one day the Gods were playing a game of ulu maika.

source: to-hawaii.com
Waialua
Waialua

Waialua is a census-designated place and North Shore community in the Waialua District on the island of O ʻ ahu, City & County of Honolulu, Hawaii, United States. As of the 2010 Census, the CDP had a population of 3,860. Waialua was one of the six original districts of ancient Hawaii on the island, known as moku.

Kaaawa
Kaaawa

Book your tickets online for the top things to do in Kaaawa, Hawaii on TripAdvisor: See 22,157 traveler reviews and photos of Kaaawa tourist attractions. Find what to do today, this weekend, or in June.

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Hauula
Hauula

Hau'ula is a small town located on Oahu's northeastern shore, about 30 miles (48 km) north of Honolulu. There is a small commercial center, with a few shops and a supermarket in the town's center. Hauula Beach Park is a popular gathering and camping place among local residents, especially during weekends.

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Nanakuli
Nanakuli

Kalaniana'ole Beach Park (Nanakuli Beach Park) Kalaniana'ole Beach Park (Nanakuli Beach Park), Oahu Nanakuli Beach Park (see more photos), located in Nanakuli on Oahu's leeward (west) coast, is a 40-acre park with a long and wide sand beach (about 500 feet long and 125 feet wide – 152 m x 38 m).

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Maili
Maili

Ma'ili Beach Park, Oahu This is a long white-sand beach located along Farrington Highway on Oahu's west shore (see more photos, view panorama) .The 40-acre park is named after the small town of Ma'ili.

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Marine Corps Base Hawaii
Marine Corps Base Hawaii

There are 19 islands in total that make up the state of Hawaii and provide a great point to begin exploring this beautiful place. There are several other bases located on Oahu: Pearl Harbor Naval Base, Schofield Army Barracks, and Hickam Air Force Base. Weather. The weather in Hawaii is beautiful.

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Kalaeloa
Kalaeloa

Kalaeloa is a census-designated place (CDP) in Honolulu County, Hawaii, United States. The population was 48 at the 2010 census. The community occupies the location of the former Naval Air Station Barbers Point, which was closed in 1999 and subsequently transferred to the State of Hawai ʻ i.

Halawa
Halawa

Halawa Beach Park is two beaches in one. One is a classic crescent beach that is well protected from the open ocean, the other is less protected. It's a beautiful and very remote area.

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Waipio
Waipio

Waipio Beach's raw beauty is stunning, but swimming here can be dangerous. As with many Hawaiian beaches, the surf can be high and rip tides treacherous. There are several accessible coastal waterfalls to your right as you are facing the ocean.

Hickam Housing, Hawaii
Hickam Housing, Hawaii

The base is merged with the Naval Base Pearl Harbor to become part of the Joint Base Pearl Harbor–Hickam. Hickam is located on the island of Oahu, Hawaii. The base consists of 2,850 acres of land and facilities valued at more than $444 million.

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Heeia
Heeia

Heeia State Park is located at Kealohi Point in Kaneohe Bay on Oahu’s windward side and provides scenic views of one of Hawaii’s largest fishponds as well as Heeia-Kea Harbor. Three of Oahu’s five remaining ancient fishponds are located on Kaneohe Bay.

Iroquois Point
Iroquois Point

Iroquois Beach in Oahu Ewa Beach, Hawaii. Manmade beaches on Navy land but fully open to the public. Hawaii Travel Information - Find the best beaches, hotels, restaurants, activities, and information in the Hawaiian Islands.

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