Waimea Bay is one of the island's most famous big-wave surfing beaches. It is a wonderful place to hang out and actually go swimming.
Water activities are popular at Kaanapali Beach, and cliff jumping off Black Rock is one of the most popular.
The swimming, surfing, and snorkeling at this beach are excellent. Hanalei is clearly the biggest bay on the Garden Isle of Kauai.
Ko Olina Beach
Ko Olina Beach is ideal for family picnics with children since it has quiet, shallow water. You can splash, swim, and have fun in the water.
Both residents and visitors like Makena, commonly known as "Big Beach" in Maui.
This is the core of Kauai's south shore, which has three stunning crescent-shaped beaches and is always sunny.
A hideaway that is genuinely off the beaten road may be found on the quiet sands of Polihua Beach. The island of Molokai will be visible to you across the water.
Imaginations are constructed of the sand at Hamoa Beach. Most of the time, the water is spotless and bright.
For swimming, kayaking, boogie boarding, and SUP boarding, Kapalua Bay is one of the most well-liked locations in Maui.
It is a calm, golden, crescent-shaped stretch of sand on the island of Oahu. it's a bit more crowded, but the scene is still fun.