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Waikiki Beach

Waikiki Beach

Waikiki Beach, Kalakaua Ave, Honolulu, Hawaii, 96815

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Waikiki Beach Hotel: Close To The Sands

Located on the south shore of Honolulu, Waikiki Beach is a great location to spend the afternoon people watching. Famous for its long surf break, it’s a popular choice among surfers around the world. More than 4 million tourists flock to Waikiki Beach every year to take in the view of Diamond Head, where they are greeted by the bronze statue of Olympic Gold Medalist Duke Kahanamoku, who has been called “The Father of Modern Surfing.”


Details

Hours

Vary according to activity

Prices

Free beach access (Parking charges separate)

Events

Hula Shows, PAWS on the Plaza, Yoga on the Lawn


Activities

  • Surfing
  • Snorkeling
  • Submarine Tours
  • Shopping
  • Dining

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Before you go

Safety

When surfing, be sure to know the current conditions and familiarize yourself with safety signs and symbols.

Hula Shows

Every Tuesday, Thursday, Saturday and Sunday at 6:00 pm there is a free Hula show at Kuhio Beach Hula Mound.


FAQs

Does Waikiki Beach Have Good Snorkeling And Surfing?

This beach is well known as a spot for beginner surfers. There is a great snorkeling spot near Diamond Head and the Nanotorium War Memorial.

Where Should I Park When Visiting Waikiki Beach?

There are many paid parking lots in the city including at hotels and shopping centers. Free parking can be found along Ala Wai Boulevard and some side streets.


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