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My wife and I came to this beach today simply because it was the main beach location that was used in the show Lost. We got here and right away recognize it from the TV show. It is very secluded and quiet. Not a lot...More
This beach park is one of those beaches that must be visited in the North Shore area. During the weekdays this beach is empty and I loved it! It felt like I was on a private beach, in paradise. Big shoreline and turtles galore!
At the end of a drive from Honolulu to the North Shore, we ended our afternoon at a place I wish I had discovered early in the trip. We headed out of Waialua to the Farrington Highway ( the road is not well marked) traveling...More
This is a nice beach, it is pretty and when we visited it was quiet. There were no bathrooms or showers, the parking area is just dirt and sand on the side of the road and dunes. Watch for rocks in the water.
We came on a Saturday and it was pretty crowded with families which was nice but made parking difficult. Really watch as you drive along for a spot with calm waves and less rocks. We found a perfect place with a nice sandy cove. Luckily...More
This place is located about 1 hour from Waikiki, you can drive almost until the end of the island, they have a military base closeby and some roads are private. However, they have clean restrooms and showers and seems the hangout place for locals on...More
we went all the way on the tip of the island where the road 930 ends and we found a beautiful beach just there but it is not really for swimming, but we had the best sunset ever it was beautiful there but we found...More
We came here while we were out and about hunting for filming locations (specifically those from the TV series Lost, we are huge fans) and really enjoyed our time at this beach. Cleaner than some of the other places we’ve been in terms of washed...More