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A Little About Haleiwa

Located on Oahu’s north shore on Waialua Bay in the Waialua District, the small town of  Haleiwa is bursting with attractions available to both residents and visitors. Its history stretches back to 1898, when Benjamin Dillingham opened a hotel and named it “Haleiwa.”  Haleiwa’s beaches and its historic, old-plantation feel draws a surplus of visitors every year.  The town’s close proximity to beautiful beaches makes it a tourist hotspot.  It’s Laniakea Beach, or “Turtle Beach,” is well known for its surfing, but the beach’s real treasure are the green sea turtles that bask on its shores and feed on the seaweed growing on the rocks. The turtles often allow swimmers to explore the waters with them, but a distance of ten-feet is advised. Another options for an excellent beaching experience in Haleiwa is Haleiwa Beach Park, which is one of the few beaches on Oahu that has brown sand.  The Park’s facilities include two basketball courts, two volleyball courts, bathrooms, a children’s playground, and a lot of shaded areas for picnics.  However, the Park is known for its surfing competitions, including the Women’s Events in the Triple Crown.  

Another excellent beach in Haleiwa is Waimea Bay, located at the mouth of the Waimea River.  With waves reaching nearly thirty feet, Waimea Bay is the epicenter for the water’s most thrilling sport.  Surfers often flock to the bay to compete in a number of surfing competitions, often located here and other North Shore beaches.  Another main attraction within the area is Waimea Valley, which consists of 1, 875 acres dedicated to educating the general public about Hawaii’s history and culture.  Guests can learn how to hula dance, visit reconstructions of old-Hawaiian life, walk through the lush Botanical Gardens, and even encounter some of Hawaii’s wildlife, including endangered birds. A trip to Hawaii must certainly include a trip to beautiful Haleiwa.

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