Kahaloa & Ulukou Beaches
Na Hoku II
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 generous stretch of 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 the beach’s popularity with beginning surfers, and the occasional catamaran landing hazard.
Queens and Canoes , Waikiki’s best-known surf breaks, are just offshore, and on a good day there can be hundreds of surfers lined up on the horizon waiting to catch a wave. Paddle further offshore over a lagoon to Populars (aka ‘Pops’), a favorite of long-boarders.