Guide to The Hawaiian Islands : Oahu Vacation Planner 2019-2020
@oahuvb 26 gohawaii.com/oahu Pūpūkea Beach Park TorJohnson NORTH SHORE EXPLORE Shark’s Cove, Pūpūkea Beach Park Experienced divers come to explore the most popular cave dives on the island, but all snorkelers and swimmers are welcome to explore the large tide pool in the summer! Mokulē‘ia Beach This secluded beach is at the base of the Wai‘anae Mountain Range. Great Every Day’s a Beach Day You may think that once you’ve seen one of the North Shore’s spectacular beaches, you’ve seen them all. Well, think again! Be sure to visit each of these stunning sites to get that unique feeling each beach offers. for swimming and windsurfing if you visit in the summer! Mālaekahana Beach, Kahuku Arguably the most beautiful camping spot on the island, be sure to check out a tent cabin at Mālaekahana Beach Park, with views of Moku‘auia, or Goat Island, a bird sanctuary, just off shore. Sunset and ‘Ehukai Beach In the winter months, you can watch big-wave surfing at Sunset and ‘Ehukai Beaches, with swells up to 30 feet tall, along with the world’s premier surfing competitions, including the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing and the Big Wave Invitational in Memory of Eddie Aikau.