Locals Name Top Ten Beaches in Hawaii
HONOLULU, HI - An informal survey polls local Hawaiians to find the top ten beaches for Hawaii vacations. With 750 miles of coastline spread over several islands and beaches, some of Hawaii’s most beautiful beaches have been well kept secrets of the locals -- until now!
Lanikai Beach is reef protected with velvety white sands, making it an ideal spot for families with children to relax with a priceless view of the Mokulua Islands
Sunset Beach, with its dangerous waves, invites surfers to hang ten at one of the best surfing sites in the world. Memorable sunsets give this beach its name.
Waimanalo, where ranches meet untouched beaches nestled between lush valleys, was one of the backdrops for “Baywatch Hawaii.”
Hanalei, a great place to learn how to surf, has breathtaking secluded beaches with a back drop of waterfalls and misty mountain peaks making it one of the most peaceful places in Hawaii.
Haena beaches, including Ke’s, are beautiful and perfect for snorkeling and cooling down after hiking the scenic Napali Coast.
Poipu has ideal year-round conditions for body boarders and surfers, as well as a protected area for parents and children to play and snorkel.
Wailea offers five beaches with over two miles of smooth, golden sand. With its exclusive shops and some of the most luxurious condos on Maui, it is an oasis for discerning travelers.
Makena, known as the Big Beach, is tucked in a remote neighborhood and one of the best beaches in Maui.
Hanauma Bay, on the south side of Oahu, is a great spot for visitors to rent snorkeling equipment and view coral, sea turtles and tropical fish in the ancient remains of an extinct volcanic crater.
Hapuna Beach State Park is a stretch of white sandy beach amid swaying palm trees that invites snorkeling, boogey boarding and sun bathing.
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