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Waikiki Beach

Waikiki Beach

Highlights:
  • Very nice beach entertainment in the evenings
  • Nice waters for body boarding and kayaking
  • Nice shops and restaurants
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Description:
Waikiki beach is located on the south shore of Oahu. It is one of the most popular beaches visited water sport enthusiasts from all over the world. The name of the beach in Hawaiian means "sprouting water". The beach stretched for two miles and is coated with beautiful white sand and a backdrop of hotels, restaurants, various shops and beach bars.

Being very popular, the beach is a bit crowded and parking can be difficult to find. All sorts of activities are undertaken at the beach, but the most popular are, surf boarding, kayaking, swimming, an snorkeling. Equipment for rent can also be found for the various water sports. You may also be able to take surf lessons. Waikiki Beach provides activities for all ages, families with children will find a variety of organized activities for kids and teenagers.

The waters in Waikiki Beach are primarily calm and protected by reefs. There is a long shelf which makes it possible to wade out a good distance. The beach is two miles long consists of several sections which have their own name. On the west side is Kahanamoku Beach, also the widest stretch of Waikiki Beach, Kuhio Beach is close to the Kapahulu Groin (also known as The Wall). Queen's surf beach is found east of Kuhio Beach and is a very popular boy boarder site. Kaimana Beach is then found further east and is very nice for swimming having a sandy ocean bottom.

Waikiki Beach has all the facilities of a modern beach and the convenience of being located near resorts, restaurants, and gift shops.  The Honolulu Zoo, the Waikiki Aquarium and the Kapiolani Park can be found on the east side of the beach, and Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon is at the west end of the beach.

 
Type:
Attraction
Beach
Historic
Landmark
Features:
Bathroom
Equipment rentals
Food for purchase
Lifeguards
Parking
Picnic tables
Showers
Beach Features:
Bodyboarding
Canoeing
Dogs Allowed
Fishing
Kayaking
Snorkeling
Surfing
Swimming
Windsurfing
Parasailing
Activities
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79
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Location
205 Lewers Street, Waikiki, Honolulu, Honolulu County, Hawaii, United States 96815
Reviews
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Had a great time
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Had a great time! Lots of places to drop all your money. Food. Shopping. Well worth the stop on historic Lewers street.
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Wow
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Wow. Beautiful food, great service and, for the area, good value. Highly recommended.
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A great collection of shops from sushi restaurants, clubs like Senor Frogs and places to shop
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A great collection of shops from sushi restaurants, clubs like Senor Frogs and places to shop!
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Best meal we had in Waikiki
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Best meal we had in Waikiki. Food was delicious, service was great. I had the tasting menu with matched wines and it was great value. We'll definately be back to a Roy's again.
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I once saw a man with white face paint
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I once saw a man with white face paint. He put sparkles on it. If you give him money, he will sing and dance for you. It was quite a funny spectacle.
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