Stop by for the view, stay for the cliff jumping. Get to Laie Point early for an amazing sunrise or come any time for a great view of the windward side of Oahu. Situated just north of PCC, its a great scenic point. It gets busy and parking is limited.
Hukilau beach has plenty of ocean, sand and grassy areas to enjoy for all sorts of activities. This is a perfect beach for families especially when waves are big on the North Shore during the winter.
Castle's Beach has smaller waves appropriate for beginners to learn how to surf. Sand and turquoise water are not in short supply. The further south you go on the beach, the more likely you are to hit reef while you swim.
The best place to swim is where people are swimming in the photo below. It is typical to see big families camping out together on the grassy area of this beach. Overnight camping is available.
Open grassy field
Turquoise ocean with a sandy bottom
Trees to hang hammocks
Sunrise views in the morning
Bikini Beach is a small, low key beach in Laie just south of the Laie Point. It's a good place for sunbathing and diving into a good book. The warm shallow water is perfect for cooling off between chapters.
Sandy area next to the cliffs of the Laie point.
There aren’t as many people who come to this beach compared to others.
This beach is a good place to relax and read a book.
A low key beach located in Laie near the Laie Temple. This beach is walking distance for most vacation rentals in Laie. Be sure to check out the south end of the beach.
A secluded spot atop a rock on the south end of the beach
Less visitors compared to other beaches
The beach is called Laie Beach Park, but locals call it Pounders. This beach brings experienced watermen joy, and inexperienced swimmers pain. The northern part of the beach has smaller waves appropriate for kids.
Soft white sandy beach with gentle waves and a picturesque view of the Mokulua islands.
This beach is along Kam highway. Monk seals have been seen here on this beach regularly. They tend to back up traffic with all the people who want to get a closer look. The palm trees are a highlight of this beach if the seals aren't around.
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