Waikiki Beaches!

Great beaches to check out when in Waikiki

Waikiki Beach (21.276218,  -157.827091) is actually comprised of multiple beaches.  Spanning 2 miles, it runs from The Hilton Hawaiian Village on the west end to The Outrigger Canoe Club to the east.

Duke Kahanamoku Beach (21.281067, -157.839467) is in front of the Hilton Hawaiian Village and protected by an outer reef.  It also features a five acre lagoon.

Fort DeRussy Beach Park (21.279644, -157.834251) fronts Fort DeRussy Park.  It is part of the military reservation and is the largest, and least crowded, beach on the Waikiki coastline.

Gray’s Beach (21.2800, -157.8336111) or Halekulani Beach fronts the Halekulani Hotel.  Due to erosion not much of the sandy beach is left.

Royal Hawaiian Beach (21.2732 , -157.8240) or Royal Moana Beach is located in front of the Moana Surfrider and Royal Hawaiian Hotels.  One of the busiest beaches, it features lots of ocean activities.

Kuhio Beach Park (21.276218, -157.827091) is located between the Kapahulu groin, which is also known as The Wall, and the Sheraton Moana Surfrider.  It features the statues of Prince Kuhio and Duke Kahanamoku and an evening hula show.  

Queen’s Beach (21.267896, -157.822471) also known as Queen Kapiolani Beach Park fronts Kapiolani park and is located between the Waikiki Aquarium and the Kapahulu groin, which is also known at The Wall.  There are sand volleyball courts and special movie nights here.

Sans Souci (21.265756, -157.822363) or Kaimana Beach is located east of the War Memorial Natatorium and is a popular beach for swimmers and families since it’s shallow and sandy and there’s parking.

Outrigger Canoe Club Beach (21.2647222, -157.8241667) is also known as the Colony Surf Beach since it’s located in front of the Colony Surf and the Outrigger Canoe Club.