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haleiwa beach park

Haleiwa Beach Park

Haleiwa is one of the world's surf capitals which attracts surfers from all around the globe. However, our stand up paddle lessons start on the flat, calm water of the Ana Hulu Stream where we will paddle under the famous Haleiwa double rainbow bridge 3/4 of a mile toward the mountains. The lesson will end with us paddling into the Waialua Bay.

The Ana Hulu Stream is the longest water course on the island of Oahu. And the mouth of the stream was the site of ancient Hawaiian villages.


The Waialua Bay has very clear water making it easy to see the gorgeous coral, and spectacular wildlife below you while you paddle.



Green Sea Turtles are Everywhere

 

We will pass by many green sea turtles, known as Honu in Hawaiian, while we paddle up the Ana Hulu Stream.

Take advantage of Haleiwa's beautiful sunsets and sign up for our last lesson of the day known as the sunset tour.

   

Parking is plentiful and the beach park has bathroom facilities.

After your lesson and tour, enjoy the historic Haleiwa Town and visit some quaint shops and fabulous restaurants.

Directions

From Waikiki take H-1 W. Keep left at the fork to continue to H-201 W (follow signs for Interstate H201 W/Fort Shafter/Aiea). Take the H-1 W exit towards Pearl City. Keep right at the fork and follow the signs for H-2 N (Mililani / Wahaiwa). Take exit 8 towards Wahiawa. Merge onto I-99 N then continue onto I-80 and eventually take a slight right onto I-99 S. Continue onto I-83 E and then turn left onto Kamehameha Highway. Haleiwa Beach Park will be on the right.

   

Haleiwa beach park can also be easily reached by Bus from Waikiki or Honolulu.

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