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I stayed at Aulani (Lagoon 1) but my favorite is Lagoon 2 followed by Lagoon 3 (Marriott). Lagoon 1 is the most crowded because of the hotel guests at Aulani and Four Seasons and LOTs of kids. Although water is clean, it is not clear....More
Ko Olina is a Hawaiian paradise that is a must-visit for tourists. Located in Kapolei, Ko Olina boasts of its scenic lagoons, resorts, clean sea water and white, fine-sand beaches. The place is designed to preserve nature (plants and trees are everywhere, so are rock...More
Great place for families. There are four lagoons, each protected by water breaks. Colorful fish easy to find with goggles or a mask. Sandy beaches and grassy places allow for different lounging styles. The beaches are public, so even if you'r'e not staying in the...More
Four man made resort lagoons open to the public with plenty of beach, room to swim and snorkel. Parking is limited at 1, 2 and my favorite #3, but that means less people at those lagoons. 4 has three times the parking, but more people....More
The lagoons and trail of resort properties are indeed picturesque. We usually arrive here early in the morning around 7 AM or later in the evening because umbrellas are not allowed on the property.
Although it is beautiful, it is usually way too hot and...More
We stayed in Ko Olina for two weeks and went to the lagoons, including the one at Paridise Cove five times. They are beautiful. They Are not good for surfing but fantastic for swimming and snorkeling as the breaker walls do their job and keep...More
Very beautiful beach front. Wide neatly laid out sidewalks for a nice stroll. Bathrooms sparingly along the way, along with places to rinse off. Well marked signs for any information you may need along including warnings. Beautiful beach front lagoons to enjoy a nice swim,...More
Wonderful, quiet, not crowded beautiful from sunrise to sunset. The whole area family friendly water warm and comfortable. Sand is comfortable, great area for water toys buggy boards or tubes. Did not experience any ruff waves. You can swim or wade you will love it.Explore...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.