Planning a family holiday to the radiant beaches of the Hawaiian State? You should select the best of the beaches for your family. Literally, there are over 100 amazing beaches across the Hawaiian Islands to visit in one’s lifetime.
Hawaii is loved not only for its mai tai, fresh seafood, easygoing culture but also for having the most beautiful beaches in the world. This is because they come in every size, shape and colour. Due to the calmness, width, and expansion, they are the perfect choice every family and little ones who want to visit the Pacific can opt-in for. Hawaiian beaches are the dreams of couples who want to go on a honeymoon and seclude themselves from crowds. Photoshoots for Instagram are also best taken there. The good news is every one of Hawaii’s beaches is accessible since they’re public.
Picking from these spectacular tropical paradises may be uneasy. Here are some of the beaches you won’t regret favoriting and literally they depict most the thorough picture of Hawaiian paradise.
Waikiki Beach, Oahu
Waikiki beach is best known for its calmness, golden and crescent-shaped stretch of sand. It is said to be man made. It is awesome for swimming, kayaking and stand up paddle boarding. Recently, it’s been crowded but the fun is still intact. Certain portions of the beach are walled off from the surfing of the wave, which makes it perfect for little kids and new swimmers.
Waimea Bay, Oahu
It is set along the less-developed north shore of Oahu. Waimea Bay is famous for hosting annual international surfing competitions from November through February. It is the most popular beach with families flocking it during the summer months.
Kauna’oa Beach (aka Mauna Kea Beach), Big Island
What makes this beach extraordinary is its glistening turquoise waters and white sands with fine particles. It has a characteristic gentle wave and two reefs. There’s no doubt it is the best spot for sunning, swimming and snorkeling.
Carlsmith Beach, Big Island
In search of a unique spot for swimming, snorkeling, and sea turtle encounters? Then you should head to Carlsmith Beach. This beach is magnificent, this is obvious since it is characterised by a series of lagoons coming from cool, freshwater springs. It has a rocky shore, but a sandy bottom.
Hanalei Bay, Kauai
A jaw-dropping bay with 4,000-foot emerald mountains at its back. Technically, Hanalei is a numerous beach park, folded into one elegant two-mile expanse along Kauai’s north shore. The waves come out during the winter season to play thereby attracting the surf crowd. Whereas during summer, the waters stay calm making it suitable for swimming.
Polihale State Park, Kauai
Getting to this remote takes some effort. But I deem it worth the stress and time. It is approximately a 17-mile stretch on Kauai’s windswept western shore. A four-wheel drive is also needed to trudge the jagged road and dunes. Landmarks like the Napali cliffs and Niihau, Hawaii’s forbidden island are visible. There is limited shade in the park, you should go with plenty of sunscreen and water.
Poipu Beach Park, Kauai
The beach is composed of three adorable crescents. It is the epicentre of Kauai’s sunny south shore. Lots of families flock to Poipu always because the waters are suitable for beginner swimmers. There are pretty cool things you can do here, ranging from surfing to snorkeling, splashing around and swimming.