Top Adventures in Haleiwa

  • Explore the North Shore's Sunflower Fields

    Note: The flowers bloom towards the end of the year and hence the fields are only open to the public from about November through December. You can call Dupont Pioneer ((808) 637-0100) and see if they are offering tours and, if they are, be sure to...

  • Visit Turtle Beach

    Laniakea beach or Lani’s, is a world-class surf break located on the North Shore. It is also referred to as “Turtle beach”, because this natural sanctuary attracts so many of the endangered Hawaiian Green Sea Turtle or “Honu”...making this the per...

  • Mellow Day at Waimea Bay

    If you're looking to get away from the summer crowds of Waikiki, you should consider heading to the North Shore. Although the summer is considered the off-season on this side of the island, it simply means the North Shore transforms into a gentle,...

  • Relax at Three Tables

    Even though the North Shore of Oahu is known for big waves in the Winter, in the Summer months (northern hemisphere) there can be a ton of great beaches to relax at and spend the day. Three tables is one of those places that can be sometimes overl...

  • Snorkel at Shark's Cove

    Are you looking to get away from the crowds at Hanauma Bay? If you've got your family or it's just you and a few friends looking to do some snorkeling, free diving or exploring underwater caves, then Shark's Cove is your spot. There is no fee to e...

  • Catch the Sunset at Pupukea Beach Park

    Pupukea is located on the North Shore of Oahu.  This beautiful spot is a great place to catch the sunset.  During the winter time there can be very large surf, so be extra careful not get too close to the water's edge. It's a popular spot for loca...

  • Watch the Surfers at Pipeline

    Getting There: Traveling along the north shore on the Kamehameha Highway you will see signs for the 'Ehukai Beach Park. There is a parking lot here but it is often full, especially in the winter months, so if you cannot find parking in the lot the...

  • Hike to Ehukai Pillbox

    This hike starts directly across from Banzai Pipeline, the famous barreling wave at Ehukai Beach.  It only takes half an hour to get to the pillbox so it's a great hike to do at sunset but bring a headlamp.  IF you don't hike at sunset it's still ...

    2 miles 300 ft gain

  • Beach Day at Makua Beach

    Getting There:  From Honolulu, head west on the H1 and follow signs for Waianae. Continue as the H1 turn into Farrington highway and drive along the coast. On your way to Makua Beach you will pass through Waianae and a couple small towns; dependin...

  • Beach Day at Yokohama

    Getting There:   Traveling from Honolulu, follow signs toward Waianae: the H1 turns into Farrington highway (93) as you reach the west side of the island. Continue on Farrington highway until you reach the yellow gate marking the end of the road a...

  • Hike to Ka'ena Point

    The Ke'ana Point Trail winds along the shore of O'ahu from Waianae on the West to Mokuleia on the North. You'll have the chance to see monk seals and multiple species of protected birds.To access this hike from Honolulu drive West on the H1 toward...

    5 miles

  • Hike from Turtle Bay to Kawela Bay

    Once you get to the Turtle Bay resort, you just follow the signs to Kawela Bay/ the Stables. From there the signs are super easy to follow, with options ranging from 0.5mi to 3.0mi. and you can do this as a simple out-and-back or as a longer loop ...

    3 miles 0 ft gain

  • Nearby camping, hotels, and more

    • Haleiwa, Hawaii

      Outsite Haleiwa

      Coliving in Haleiwa, Hawaii This is a fully-equipped villa with 5 bedrooms, 7 beds, 3 bathrooms and everything you need to experience a beautifully balanced beach lifestyle, including: comfortable ...

      From $67/night

    More Lodging Options