Hawaii Beach Guide and Infographics

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What’s your perfect beach experience? Are you an adrenaline junkie looking for the perfect wave? Celebrating love with a memorable sunset?  Seeking calmer shores to build a masterpiece sand sculpture?  Use our Hawaii beach infographics to help you find your perfect beach experience on OahuMauiKauai and Hawaii Island.

For more great beach choices, check out the list below and our custom Google maps: Oahu BeachesMaui BeachesKauai BeachesBig Island Beaches

OAHU MAUI KAUAI HAWAII ISLAND
Family Kailua Kaanapali Lydgate Spencer
Picnics Kualoa Kamaole Poipu Kolekole
Scenery Makapuu Kapalua Tunnels Kaunaoa
Star-spotting Lanikai Wailea Hanalei Anaehoomalu Bay
Snorkeling Waimea Ulua Tunnels Kahaluu
Stand-Up Paddling Haleiwa Makena Hanalei Anaehoomalu Bay
Sunrises Diamond Head Beach Wainapanapa Kealia Beach Onekahakaha Beach Park
Sunsets Sunset Beach D.T. Fleming Beach Kee Hapuna
Surfing Kuhio Launiupoko State Wayside Park Poipu Kahaluu
Swimming Ala Moana Puamana Hanalei Kealakekua
Turtles Kawela Napili Brennecke Beach Punaluu
Walking Ft. DeRussy Beach Park D.T. Fleming Beach Hanalei Kekaha Kai State Park

 

A message about ocean safety
As the lifeguards like to say, if in doubt, don't go out. And speaking of lifeguards, it's always good to consult a lifeguard about ocean conditions before entering the ocean. Our ocean changes daily. That beautiful, placid lake you might remember from a summer vacation years ago could be a big wave surfer's dream come true during a different time of year. Here are some basic safety tips to keep in mind:

 1. Swim at lifeguarded beaches only.
 2. Spend a minimum of twenty minutes observing ocean conditions before hitting the water. Waves come in sets, and the ocean may appear calm between sets of waves.
 3. Be observant of wet rocks. They are an indication of how far the water may run up on the beach. 
 4. Do not fight a rip current, if you get caught in one. Go with it. Wait for the current to dissipate; then, swim back to shore. 
 5. Watch river mouths and stream openings for strong currents.
 6. Use the buddy systems. Do not swim alone.

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