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All reviews calm waters ko olina fish public parking hotel guests beach chairs parking spot disney resort big waves great for kids paddle boarding safe swimming open to the public walking path parking is limited stayed at the marriott four seasons
We went to the lagoon that does not have a hotel yet. It was not crowded and was beautiful. There was a parking lot, showers and restrooms. It is on the Leeward side, so you are out of the Honolulu, Waikiki hustle and bustle. We...More
we stayed at the Aulani Disney resort and enjoyed the lagoons there at Ko Olina.
great little place to relax on the beach and do some snorkeling. many different fish and coral there in the lagoons. also great for watching the sunset over the Rocks...More
The Lagoons are amazing, they are very calm and perfect for children and adults at the same time. Lots of fishes and the sand is very fine and white. There is shade everywhere and they are not busy. Postcard perfect.
The Ko'Olina lagoons are beautiful! There's 4 lagoons;
- The first is a little crowded with Aulani resort.
- The second is our favourite spot (although we were surprised to see the umbrellas disappeared this year!).
- The third is busy due to the Marriott....More
Just arrive from a one week trip to Oahu Hawaii. Stayed at the Four Season in the fourth lagoon. The place is so breathtaking. Perfect for kids and adults. Paddle boarding, fishing, swimming, canoe.. are some of the sports you can do here. Or just...More
THIS is a great place to visit, relax, see the sunset, swim in the ocean, and enjoy some drinks and time contemplating life. It was so nice to find the area (any of the lagoons) not overcrowded at all and accessible to everyone...this is what...More
Thus area was filled in years back when it was first destined to be a resort. On our first visit, about 18 years ago, they were undeveloped, with the e caption of a Marriott Hotel. Now, that hotel has changed owners, and is a Four...More
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I highly suggest trying Paradise Cove Beach which is just down from lagoon #1. You can access the public beach path via Ali'inui Dr. Public parking is limited, but if you're walking, you're all set. Hundreds of colorful fish... More
I highly suggest trying Paradise Cove Beach which is just down from lagoon #1. You can access the public beach path via Ali'inui Dr. Public parking is limited, but if you're walking, you're all set. Hundreds of colorful fish and highly likely you'll see a green sea turtle if you're there any length of time. Warning: they have no public restrooms.