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Hawaii Beach

The beaches of Hawaii are known worldwide and each one offers a special attraction all its own. From the most crowded beach like Oahu's Waikiki Beach where you can people-watch and enjoy the sand, surf, and perfect swimming conditions to the secluded yet spectacular beaches of Kauai's Napali Coast, Hawaii's beaches present you with an opportunity to do anything you can imagine in some of the most beautiful ocean conditions in the world.

 Each of the eight major islands in the Hawaiian archipelago - Oahu, Kauai, Maui, Molokai, Lanai, Hawaii, Niihau (a private island off of Kauai that is restricted to it's native Hawaiian residents), and Kahoolawe (an uninhabited island off of Maui) offers a collection of beaches reflective of their topography and age.

As the oldest islands in the chain, Kauai, Oahu, and Maui offer more sandy beaches than their youngest and largest sibling, Hawaii. However Hawaii, with its active volcanoes and extensive lava rock shorelines, possesses the some unique black sand beaches that originate with the lava shorelines and volcanic activity.

The relatively tiny islands of Lanai and Molokai offer remote and relatively secluded beaches due to their small populations and limited tourist-traffic. Whichever island you pick, you'll find an assortment of activities ranging from the most peaceful to the most extreme. Fishing, diving, snorkeling, kayaking, windsurfing & kitesurfing, sailing, surfing, and bodysurfing are all very common activities here in Hawaii with varying levels to match your interests and desire for challenge!

Hawaii boasts of several beaches but its best is the Kaanapali Beach that stretches 3 miles. Located in Maui, Kaanapali features a lava formation called Black Rock that divides the beach in two. The main beach was developed as a community with a golf and beach resort, hotel, condominium and shopping center all in one place. Various types of activities like surfing, swimming, sailing and snorkeling can be done at the beach.

Waikiki is another famous beach of Hawaii located on the main island of Oahu in Honolulu. The two-mile long white sand beach is one of the world’s most populated beaches accommodating four million visitors every year. It’s a blend of customs, culture, cuisine and languages when people of varied races flock together in this beach.

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