Ko Olina Lagoons; located in Kapolei, HI provide some very nice, well developed beach areas. A couple issues know in advance, first being that the parking is very limited, we probably drove about at least 20 minutes before finding a place to park. Second, this is a very pricey area, , and your lunch, or snacks, or you easily be... 更多
Pretty beach - great sunset viewing - man made coves - nice place to relax, see the sun - get a drink at one of the hotels and watch the sunset.
We generally rely pretty heavily on TripAdvisor reviews, and this was one of the reasons why we visited the lagoons. Let me tell you that we were not disappointed! The lagoons are amazing, and the view is simply breathtaking! The water is calm and so warm, which was perfect for our 1.5 year old toddler, she loved the water! The... 更多
Pretty beach and park. Get there early for a parking spot. There were some nice grass areas to set up for the day and there are bathrooms and outdoor showers. The beach is nice, but really not great. Go to the North Shore or West side of the island for a better beach experience.
This looks like a private resort, but like all of Hawaiian beaches there is public access and free public parking. The water is gorgeous and enclosed by the lagoons. Very pleasant experience.
We Snorkeled Lagoon 2 and 3 and we were pleasantly surprised by the diversity of life around the rocks in both lagoons. This is a great place for families... smaller kids can swim in the relatively protected lagoons, and older kids can try snorkeling in the deeper waters near the rocks.
I have to say I was skeptical. I usually like to go to beaches off the beaten track, locals only kinda places. But, we have little kids, the winds were high on the east coast, we had to head for the leeward side and calm water. I didn't want to go to man-made lagoons, but, off we went anyway. And,... 更多
I feel so relax watching the beautiful scenery of this place. It is absolutely breathtaking. A must see when you visit Honolulu. Too bad I was here on our last day, I wasn't able to enjoy and swim at the beach, but we were just sitting at the one of the benches. It was a really nice windy afternoon walk.
There are 6 lagoons at Ko Olina. All man-made, with wave breaks, sandy beaches, laying areas, and restrooms. Each lagoon is also attached to a hotel- beautiful hotels. The area is very clean- not a piece of paperor debris anywhere. All the amenities you need for a day at the beach with children. The wave breaks are perfect for learning... 更多
There are 4 man made lagoons in Ko Olina. The southern most lagoon (nearest the harbor) is not very desirable to visit in the afternoon, as it seems to be the most crowded and has the most locals playing loud music and drinking. This logoon has a great walking path however, and makes an awesome place to go for the... 更多
As a sheltered place to suntan and swim these lagoons can't be beat. The secret is that they don't belong to the resorts: anyone can use them...if you can find parking. We came to check out Aulani in advance of our stay there, and wound up spending the afternoon at one of the other lagoons. Far quieter and just as... 更多