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The beach felt crowded because there's not really a lot of places where you can sit comfortably with the other people hanging out watching for turtles. There were people snorkeling in the water, watching for turtles too. We spotted a couple turtles in the water,...More
We too saw a number of turtles without even trying too hard. We approached the beach from a residential street slightly west (or southwest) of the main beach so had it largely to ourselves.
This is really a must-stop location on the North Shore.
I honestly had no expectation of seeing a sea turtle, but lo and behold, one did come up on the beach for us to see! The snorkeling is also unbeatable here. This beach, also called Turtle Beach, is on the north shore (not to be...More
This beach is beautiful and perfect for snorkeling or just laying in the sun. There are lots of turtles and tourists ignore the rules to touch them so don’t be that guy! There are turtle monitors watching as well.
This is the spot that holds up traffic every day on Kamehameha highway. People slow down to look at turtles. If you want to experience it. Just park and walk down to the water.
I can just about guarantee you will see multiple turtles Takes...More
On our trip to Hawaii we ended up hiring a care to travel to the North Shore and it was well worth it... Laniakea Beach was one of our highlights of the whole trip.
You arrive at the beach and there is turtles everywhere... when...More
Response from Hulafille | Reviewed this property |
The turtle guardian said that the turtles are there year round but are more abundant on the beach in summer. The ocean there has high surfs and currents, and swimming there is not recommended. The volunteer said that... More
The turtle guardian said that the turtles are there year round but are more abundant on the beach in summer. The ocean there has high surfs and currents, and swimming there is not recommended. The volunteer said that between 11 am to 3 pm is usually a good time to see turtles, but it is not guaranteed. She has seen turtles at all hours. She also mentioned that sometimes, she can go for two weeks without seeing a turtle on the beach. You cannot touch or feed the turtles. They are protected.