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Alternative-Hawaii Beach Guide to Windward Oahu  

Oahu Beaches:
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Windward Oahu (Part 2)
(See also Lifeguard Safety Tips, Oahu Drive Guide, Oahu Camping)

Call the National Weather Service at 973-4380 for Forecast and 973-4383 for Surf Advisory.
As lifeguard services may vary, call the City & County of Honolulu at 973-4380 for current coverage.



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©Ann Cecil
KAILUA BEACH PARK
526 Kawailoa Road, Kailua

"The" windsurfing /kitesurfing site on Oahu - a white sand beach with good swimming and gentle surf all year.

Parking, restrooms, picnic tables, showers, lifeguards.


©Ann Cecil
LANIKAI BEACH
Entire length of Mokulua Drive, Lanikai

A white sand beach more than a mile long. Safe swimming due to sandy, shallow ocean bottom. Waters are well protected by the offshore reef. Prevailing tradewinds make it an ideal place for sailors and windsurfers.


©Ann Cecil
BELLOWS FIELD BEACH PARK
41-043 Kalanianaole Highway, Waimanalo

Within a military reservation, only open to the public on weekends and national holidays. A popular beach recreation area for novice board surfing and bodysurfing - presents problems only for the very young.


Parking, restrooms, showers, camping, lifeguards.


©Ann Cecil
WAIMANALO BAY BEACH PARK
41-043 Aloiloi Street, Waimanalo

Beautiful, secluded, white sand beach at the edge of an ironwood forest. Safe swimming and great boogie boarding and body surfing.


Parking, restrooms, picnic tables, showers, camping, lifeguards.

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