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North Shore Beach Guide

From Kaena Point to Turtle Bay Resort, the North Shore has so many beautiful world-famous beaches to offer, so we've put together a guide to help you decide where to spend your time while visiting!

North Shore Beaches Guide 

1. Kaena Point State Park || Views - Whales & Wildlife - Waves - Hike

2. "Lost" Beach || Beach - Seasonal Swimming - Waves

3. Mokuleia Army Beach || Beach - Swimming - Waves

4. Mokuleia Beach Park || Beach - Picnic Tables - Grass - Wind Surfing

5. Polo Beach || Beach - Seasonal Swimming & Snorkeling

6. Aweoweo Beach Park || Beach - Playground - Turtles - Snorkeling

7. Kaiaka Bay Beach Park || Park & Picnic Tables - Beach - Turtles

8. Ali’i Beach Park
Beach - Park & Picnic - Surfing 

Sand has rocks mixed in

9. Haleiwa Beach
Park & Picnic - SUP - Turtles

10. Puaena Point
Beach - Surfing - SUP - Sunsets

11. Laniakea / Turtle Beach
Turtles - Surfing - Sunset Views

It's really hit-and-miss with turtles here. 

12. Chuns
Beach - Surfing

13. Waimea Bay
Beach - Seasonal: Swimming, Snorkeling, Cliff Jumping, Surfing, Big Waves

14. Three Tables
Beach - Seasonal Snorkeling & Scuba Diving
Great snorkeling and scuba diving in the summer!! During the big wave season, the waves roll in. making it a dangerous swimming area. 

15. Shark’s Cove
Beach - Snorkeling - Scuba Diving - Sunset Views

16. Banzai Pipeline
This beach draws the world together. From professional surfers to the passing tourist, Banzai Pipeline offers something to everyone. 

17. Gas Chambers

18. Sunset Beach
Aptly named for it's great sunset views, that's not all it's good for. 

19. Kawela Bay

20. Turtle Bay / Kuilima Cove