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Hilton Hawaiian Village Beaches

Waikiki Beach

Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, HI

The beach in front of Hilton Hawaiian Village is the widest stretch on Waikiki Beach. Plenty of space to stretch out and enjoy your day. Our entire beach area is 5 acres and there is also a 3 acre lagoon (Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon) fronting the resort's Great Lawn. The lagoon is a great place to learn how to Stand Up Paddle or enjoy a kayak. World-renowned Waikiki Beach is an aquatic playground for swimming, snorkeling, canoeing, kayaking, or just relaxing under a palm tree! It is also ideal for people-watching while enjoying the balmy island weather.

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Ala Moana Beach Park

1201 Ala Moana Blvd, Honolulu, HI

Conveniently located only one mile from the Hilton Hawaiian Village, this beach park offers a perfect setting for picnics by the ocean. Visitors appreciate the convenience of being just across the street from Ala Moana Center, Oahu's largest shopping center. This beach provides excellent views of Waikiki and Honolulu.

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Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve

Hanauma Bay, Honolulu HI

Home to some of the best snorkeling on Oahu, Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve offers crystal-clear waters, where schools of fish swim through the fragile coral reef. Here, you will appreciate observing the beauty and color of this marine sanctuary. Located in the crater of an extinct volcano, this unique habitat is home to a colorful variety of tropical fish.

Hours Wednesday through Monday (closed Tuesdays): 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. For Information Telephone: (808) 396-4229 - for information about admission fees and park regulations.

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Sandy Beach

Sandy Beach Park, Honolulu HI

Sandy Beach is one of Hawaii's most beautiful, yet dangerous beaches. "Sandy’s" is a favorite spot for the local bodysurfing and boogie boarding crowd. Constant trade winds and sunny conditions make it ideal for sunbathing and people watching. This beach is also known for its excellent kite-flying conditions.

Swimming off Sandy Beach, however, is recommended only for those experienced in navigating through rough ocean water. Conditions of Sandy Beach can be dangerous because of strong water currents and powerful waves that break directly onto the shoreline.

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Makapu'u Beach

41-95 Kalanianaole Hwy, Waimanalo, HI

Visit the picturesque“Bulging Eye” beach on the easternmost point of the island. A great bodysurfing spot, but swimming can often be hazardous due to large waves and riptides.

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Kailua Beach

Mokulua Drive, Kailua, Oahu, HI

Consistently voted one of the finest beaches in the US, the famous Kailua is located on the Windward shore of Oahu, and offers spectacular water sports, with windsurfing and ocean kayaking proving especially popular.

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Lanikai Beach

Mokulua Drive, Kailua, Oahu, HI

Another of the picture-postcard beaches on Oahu’s Windward shore, Lanikai Beach is often heralded as one of the US’s finest and, like its sister stretch of coastline Kailua Beach, is a popular haunt for windsurfing and ocean kayaking aficionados.

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North Shore Beaches

59 Kamehameha Hwy, Haleiwa, HI

In the winter, Oahu's North Shore plays host to major surfing contests at world-famous beaches including Sunset Beach, Waimea Bay Beach Park and Ehukai Beach, home of the famous Banzai Pipeline. Here, waves can reach as high as 25 feet in the winter.

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Waimea Bay

Situated in Haleiwa on the island’s North Shore, this gorgeous windswept beach – whose name means "Red Water" in Hawaiian – is home to a number of top-class winter surf competitions due to its huge waves.

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