Panorama taken from Waimanalo Beach near to the Beach Park on Oahu.
Waimanalo Beach Park - Oahu visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Waimanalo Beach Park' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Hawaii.
Lining 5 miles of coast on the Windward side of Oahu, Waimanalo Beach is one of the longest on the island. It is part of the 75 acre Waimanalo Bay Recreation Area and the area is popular for swimming and wind surfing. Much of the beach is protected by a reef, making this a safe place for children. Beyond the reef are good body boarding and excellent snorkeling spots. This is a gently sloping beach with lifeguards, and the park offers showers, restrooms and public phones. Portuguese man-o-war stinging jellyfish are sometimes found in these waters, swimmers should check conditions before entering the sea.
Waimanalo Beach is only 20 minutes drive away from Waikiki Beach in Waikiki, but a million miles away in pace and space. To the north is Bellows Field Beach Park (closed to public) and to the south are Kaiona Beach Park and Kaupo Beach Park.
Waimanalo Beach Park is on the 72 (Kalanianaole) Hwy about 11 miles south of Kaneohe and 15 miles east of Waikiki.