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We stopped at Makaha Beach on the way back from Kaena Point. Makaha Beach is a lovely, long and wide beach on the west coast of Oahu. We saw quite a large number of local people enjoying the beach, and when we visited (at the...More
We never thought we find a beach as beautiful as this and be the only ones there to enjoy it. Well worth the drive to the North Shore from Waikiki. It offered amazing views, sand and very clean. Polo Beach was a amazing find.
Located @45 minutes west of Honolulu by car, this quiet beach is stunning and relaxing. We went on a weekday in late April, a time of the year when the water along this coast gets calmer. The sea was blissfully inviting the day we visited....More
Maybe I shouldnt review this beach so fewer people will go there. It's a hidden gem! It has beautiful soft sand but beware of ocean changes - it can be calm but then change to rough waters with a severe undertoe within 20 minutes. We...More
This is a beautiful beach on the west side of Oahu (or what I call the less touristy side). Oh what a find to have a beach virtually to ourselves on the weekdays. Much better than other places where you are fighting for space on...More
We were not mistreated or bothered while we were there, and we kept to ourselves at the far end of the beach, where it was not very crowded. I don't tend to think about or notice "colors or races" of people, but looking... More
We were not mistreated or bothered while we were there, and we kept to ourselves at the far end of the beach, where it was not very crowded. I don't tend to think about or notice "colors or races" of people, but looking back I realize we were the only "white" people there, it was only disheartening to find a note on our car when we left saying "Locals Only", but we were not "damaged" in anyway by this note other than in spirit ... no aloha spirit there.