This Beach in kailua is wonderful. Not crowded and easy to relax. Just a challenge to find parking along the side streets.
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Nov. 4, 2017. At long last things are beginning to move a bit. There were 2 Navy dinghies and crew today to inspect the wreck of the fishing boat that has been sitting on the reef for several weeks oozing out diesel fuel (don't bother...More
We asked our air b'n'b host to suggest a nearby beach that wouldn't be overrun with tourists and Kaimana Beach is what she suggested. Given that it was less than 10 minutes away, it worked perfectly for us with the baby. The sandy bottom ocean...More
Kaimana Beach is located in front of Diamond Head just a short walk from Waikiki past the Aquarium. The beach is good for children and unlike some other beaches there is plenty of sand so you aren't sitting on top of the next person. The...More
Love Tonggs Beach, as it's clean, very few tourists and is a great spot for a sunset swim. It's more of a difficult swim, so it's not for the novice, but you will find Hawaiian Reef fish swimming in the area. Kaimana Beach is more...More
This was a pretty nice beach. Did a bit or snorkeling and saw a few fish. It was nice and wide and is next to a nice grassy park across the parking lot. There was a lifeguard as well.
We spent our last evening in Honolulu at the beach having a picnic and watching the sun set. There was the added bonus of a Hawaiian Monk Seal there with her pup (who we never saw as he got stuck in the Natatorium pool -...More
Very relaxing and family oriented. Beautiful sunsets not too crowded and not too loud. Beach is well maintained and clean. Bathrooms nearby and well kept