If you were looking at maps of Hawaii, you might think that all of the islands were beaches, because there’s so many! With so many to choose from, many vacationers want only the best beaches in Oahu, or on whichever island they’re staying. So, to help you make the most out of your time in paradise, here’s a short list of some of the best beaches in Oahu!
Waikiki isn’t only one of the best beaches in Oahu, it’s Honolulu’s most popular beach. You too can relax on its white sands like Hawaiian royalty of old, or take surfing lessons with the awe-inspiring Diamond Head Crater in the backdrop.
The North Shore.
If surfing is one of the biggest reasons you came to Hawaii, than look no further than the North Shore’s gnarly waves begging for shredding, as its seven miles of beach is host to one of the largest, most competitive of wave contests. Not only that, but it’s also the home of one of the oldest ancient religious sites, Pu’u O Mahuka Heiau.
The reason Lanikai’s one of the best beaches in Oahu is because of its pristinely white sand, the clear, gorgeous water, the calm, lapping waves, and the opulent, tropical plants. In fact, it’s also ranked one of the best beaches in the whole world!
While these may be the best beaches in Oahu, there are still so many other beaches of Hawaii that are worth checking out. If you’re staying in one of the best hotels in Oahu, you may be able to find a service that’ll let you check out some of the beaches of Maui, or the other islands. Also, if you have any questions about these best beaches in Oahu, feel free to ask in the comments!
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Woah, I had no idea that one of the oldest religious sites in the world was on Oahu. I definitely have to check that out when I go.