5 Favorite Beaches On Oahu

 I am so excited to announce that I have created an Oahu travel guide for you! I have poured all my energy and passion into creating the best guide for your travels to this beautiful island we call home! This guide includes tips and tricks on how to make the most out of your vacation here, where to stay, best eats, favorite hikes, adventures, best beaches and much more! Head on over to the store tab to get yourself the guide for your upcoming trip. I wanted to make it affordable for all of you to experience the things we love so it’s only $10! I can’t wait to hear what you think. As a teaser, I wanted to give you all a little insight into my top 5 favorite beaches on Oahu. This is just a start, as there are many, many beaches to enjoy. ‚Äč

KEIKI’S BEACH: 
Our favorite beach on the North Shore for just kicking back and relaxing, and swimming in the shore break! In the winter months the shore break can get very dangerous but normally is super fun to play in. There are also whales that can be spotted jumping. This beach goes on forever and is so big there is room for everyone.
WAIMEA BAY:
This is probably the most popular beach on the North Shore, but for good reason! It is so beautiful to be at any time of day, but I especially love when the sun sets and there are sail boats out on the water, and it is so so calm. In the summer months you can snorkel by the rocks and there are even underwater caves to explore. Make sure to jump off the rock!
LANIKAI:
A beach that is very different from anything you will experience on the North Shore. It is located on the east side of the island. The water is always calm, with no shore break which makes it perfect for anyone who doesn’t feel comfortable swimming but still wants to get in the water. Lanikai town is a nice area and the beaches are always well kept. 
YOKOHAMA:
Our favorite camping spot on the island. We love to head over there for a weekend in the summer and stay the night either in a camper van or in a tent on the beach! There are usually not that many people during the day, and there are lots of tide pools to play in. The mountains are so majestic  and make it feel like you are on a different island.
CHUNS:
All around a good beach for everything! There are turtles that can be spotted, sometimes up to 15 or so just hanging around the rocks on the left side of the beach. You can take surf lessons here in the summer months, and the beach itself is very pretty. On a day with good weather, the water is glassy and so clear, you could even snorkel.

If you’re coming to the island, check out my Oahu Travel Guide http://www.britkent.com/product/oahu-travel-guide/