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All reviews great beach boogie boarding west side quiet beach local surfers body boarding bigger waves high waves lifeguard station surfing competition the nicest beach beautiful waves white sand shore break well worth the trip fish our honeymoon
One of our favorite beachside locations in Makaha. Beautiful views and sunsets...we spent several days and evenings during our 2 week vacation. Friendly people and not crowded, especially, during the week in September.
Not many tourists. Plenty of turtles; when we snorkelles, we saw some moray eels. We even had a sea lion visitng the beach.
This is one of few beaches where one can fish from beach in Oahu.
It is located in the Makaha valley and...More
A very beautiful quiet beach which is not too crowded. Nice waves for surfing and boogie boarding. The waves are close to the shore for surfing you just have to be mindful of the shore break. The are life guard stations and they are on...More
Makaha Beach Park is a guarded Beach with beautiful water. The water is clear and clean and the bay has some gentle sloping areas with a sandy bottom. There is also a well known outside surf break and some fun inside waves too! Great beach...More
The west shore offer some really nice beaches that are less frequented but might not have restrooms or showers. This beach is pretty with white sand but there are rocks so step carefully. The surf was nice the day we went but could be bad...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.