Kahaloa & Ulukou Beaches
Na Hoku II Catamaran
With its unmistakable yellow-and-red striped sails, this catamaran is so famous you’ll see a photo of it on the Waikiki edition of the...
Specializes in first-time experiences for beginning divers without certification, as well as deep-water boat dives offshore and PADI...
Honolulu Marathon Clinic
Free community volunteer-led training runs are open to everyone, with runners joining groups of their own speed.
It’s a crazy, tourist-filled scene, especially when weekend concerts by Henry Kapono, one of the biggest names in Hawaiian music, spill...
Come early to score a table on the wraparound lanai overhanging Waikiki Beach and watch the sun set as slack key guitars play. Reward...
Kahaloa & Ulukou Beaches information
The beach between the Royal Hawaiian and Moana Surfrider hotels is Waikiki’s busiest section of sand and surf, great for sunbathing, swimming and people-watching. Most of the beach has a shallow bottom with a gradual slope. The only drawback for swimmers is its popularity with beginning surfers, and the occasional catamaran landing hazard. Queens and Canoes, Waikiki’s best-known surf breaks, are just offshore. Paddle further offshore over a lagoon to Populars (aka ‘Pops’), a favorite of long-boarders.