This is a very nice and pretty quiet beach and a lot of fun to go boogie boarding at. You can swim as well. We were staying in the area for a couple of days and went to this beach a few times. Family friendly and safe as well.
We spent a week on the North Shore we visited Laie Beach Park three times during our stay... the first time there were massive waves that were well over head coming in from tropical storm Darbys swell... the gorgeous Cliff face to the right is about 8 meters tall and there were waves as tall as that ...sometimes hitting it... 更多
I decided today to take a drive around the windward side of the island. Part of my plan was to stop somewhere along the way and enjoy one of the beaches I passed (I didn't have a plan for which one, I was just waiting for one that didn't look hugely crowded which...for a Sunday afternoon can be hard to... 更多
Possibly more lovely on a better weather day than when we visited, the locals were paddling out to a little island off the shore abit, which looked like fun.
This by many standards would be considered small. On the weekends, this beach can get busy, but during the weekdays not busy at all. Limited for a long beach walk, unless, you include the unmarked trail that starts on the south end which takes you over and around a rocky point that will connect you to Kokololia Beach Park. This... 更多
One of six beautiful beaches on the northeastern side of the island I am naming between Kualoa and Laie. Pristine, uncrowded, beautiful, relaxing. The complete opposite of Waikiki and the south shore.
We turned into the parking lot of this beach to make a u-turn, but we saw that there were a bunch of boogie boarders out on the water so we decided to actually park the car and watch. The day that we were there it was rainy and a bit stormy so the waves were really good that day. There... 更多
Beautiful the first day we went to it. Love seeing the green mountains behind it. Terrible the last day, water was murky with all manner of tree debris.