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This place is beautiful. The rocky coastline was amazing. You can park & walk about 2.5 miles the western most point of Oahu, or you can enjoy the area at the parking lot. We did not see any homeless or tents. I would not be...More
We visited here in March and what a beautiful beach! At Keawaula Beach there is parking, showers and bathrooms, and it even had a lifeguard. We went during the week in the morning and it was nearly deserted, maybe 50 people on a half mile...More
We visited Yokohama Bay Beach for our anniversary and found it pretty rustic to say the least. Beautiful backdrop of mountains and sandy beaches but strewn with Garbage and Shanty towns of homeless people. Garbage piled high in many of the access points and dozens...More
We stayed in Haleiwa which is in North Shore. We made a point of driving an hour to get to this beach because local's recommendation. Also was warned about a lot of homeless and how the town can sometimes feel unsafe. While driving there, there...More
Beautiful view, strong riptide, strong waves. Literally knocks you down hard when the waves break. You must know how to swim. There are bathrooms, an outside shower I believe?, bring an umbrella or something to shield you from the sun (no trees or shade at...More
It doesn’t get much more scenic than this. Backed by steep green hills, facing west, the beach entrances you with blues and greens, crashing waves and tunnel curls, soft coarse sand, and warm humid breezes. We waded, walked, had a snack, sat on the sand,...More