This was beautiful but if you are going in December, wear a life jacket unless u are an amazing swimmer and surfer, it's great to watch but water goers, beware!
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I enjoyed watching the surfers, but I do not surf myself. Our four-year-old daughter built sand castles. I am glad we went, but we did not stay long.
We stayed nearby for a week in the hope that a good swell would turn up and were fortunate enough to see rounds of the Vans Triple Crown of Surfing on two of the days, including swells of 12 to 18 foot on one of...More
Parking a little tough with competition going on. But found a spot. Really cool to watch surfers, the waves are crazy! Nice beach, cloudy that day so didnt get a great sunset., but would def recommend going there! Surprised how deep you sink into sand...More
This is the palce for those famous Hawaiian sunsets you've seen on post cards. Absolutely magical. The beach itself has a ton of very clean soft sand. There's lot of parking nearby. Even during Vans Triple Crown of Surfing we found parking pretty easily. This...More
Iconic big wave beach so I had to visit in winter. Unfortunately I missed the big wave surf comp by a couple of days. Still saw some surfers. Didn't plan on swimming as I knew the conditions would be difficult at that time of year....More
We drove by on a cloudy day. Spectacular view and you see a lot of people surfing. Really impressive. It's about 1 hour drive from Waikiki.
Great beache, typical North shore, but be carefull,...sometimes in winter are beache oficialy "closed" for extremely big waves and strong current.
It's a clean and beautiful beach park. In winter the waves are too big to go swimming but it's perfect to go surfing when you are a pro.