Waialae Beach Park, Honolulu
About Waialae Beach Park, Honolulu
Waialae Beach Park, Honolulu - Address
Address: 4925 Kahala Ave, Honolulu, HI 96816, United States
Time Required: 02:00 Hrs
Timings: 24-hrs Details
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Beach, Park, Family And Kids, Picnic Spot
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The Waialae Beach Park is a narrow beach formed where the Wai’alae stream meets the North Pacific Ocean.
The beach sand has rubbles of Corals that are quiet unique to this place and even though the shallow water is not ideal for swimming, it does make for a pretty relaxing soak in the ocean.
There is a man-made island located off the shore that was built in the 1960’s but is abandoned. The beach is perfect for a small picnic and for taking in the view of the ocean.
Waialae Beach Park Information
- Carry bottled drinking water and a small picnic basket with you.
- Wearing sunscreen will help protect from the sun.
How To reach Waialae Beach Park by Public Transport
- By Bus: Kahala Ave + Opp Pueo St
- By Taxi
- By hiring a local Cab.
- By renting a Car/Bike.
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Waialae Beach Park, Honolulu Reviews - Write a Review
Beautiful beach, very relaxing and safe. However, it has become so popular now that there are way too many people there. Photographers horde this area like crazy. Everytime I've been here, there has been at least 2 wedding/engagement shoots going on. Sort of ruins it for me. Parking is super limited. It is also very very very windy in this area. Watch your umbrellas and belongings or else they'll fly away
Small beach, great park. Tons of palm trees and tables for picnics. Usually not too crowded, but parking lot is very small. (Parking is free.)
This beach has limited parking. It has a nice bathroom and picnic table area. The water is shallow and low waves so perfect for kids. The sand is a bit rocky and it can be very windy. If you are lucky, there are turtles every once in awhile :) Great photo and fishing spot
Nice, relatively quiet beach. Blend of locals and tourists from Kahala resort. A wedding, baptism, and 2 photoshoots were taking place while I was there.
Parking, bathrooms and undercover picnic tables in a truly wonderful setting. The beach itself has been recently cleaned of large rocks, so its a sandy bottom which is wonderful! This beach can get pretty windy so check the weather forecast before you leave home, but on a hot day those trade winds can be well received.
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