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“turtle time”

Paradise Cove Beach
Ranked #3 of 11 things to do in Kapolei
Certificate of Excellence
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Reviewed July 23, 2013

this is a great small beach to wade in and see sea turtles. Worth the trip here for that alone. Did not do the other food items here, but loved the beauty of the fish and turtles. You don't even need fins to enjoy it.

Thank beachesDallas
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Reviewed July 22, 2013

We set out see Paradise Cove beach, and couldn't find it! Asked the guy at the Luau booth, and the guy at the entrance, but no one knew/would direct us there. There are no obvious signs saying "Beach access" so we ended up at the Ko Olina lagoons. It was all very nice, but no sea life. :( The hotels there are not interested in seeing non-residents use these beaches, there is very limited parking, and no one could tell us where it (Paradise Cove beach) was!! What a shame.

Thank CurryChickStLouis
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Reviewed July 17, 2013

If you want to swim with turtles this place is great. You are in three feet of water and they come right up to you. Bring your own snorkel.

Thank slkallen
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Reviewed July 11, 2013

This is a great little beach to go see the Sea Turtles, there was even a turtle with 3 legs they call tripod. The were so cute and not scared at all to come right up to you. The water is beautiful, not deep and the current is zilch, this is just a great spot for kids for those reasons. If you did not bring snorkel stuff you can see them very well when they come to the shore or across the street at the ABC store you can buy a snorkel and mask for $13.00. This beach was a real highlight for our family. If you are staying at the Aulani, I suggest walking on the street, the rocks are very slippery and pretty difficult for kids, the street is just a nice leisurely walk:-) Enjoy!!!

5  Thank power_em
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Reviewed July 6, 2013

We stumbled upon this beach waiting for the Paradise Luau to begin. We were greeted with two frolicking sea turtles in the lagoon! Amazing! Seemed like a great place to swim as well.

Thank Sandrakintex
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