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The beaches at Turtle Bay are excellent for swimming, snorkeling and just plain splashing around! Please note: Allow Pop-Ups to be able to view our Slide Shows!

A family enjoying the beach.

Area Tour - Beaches, Small Slide Show, Large Slide Show
Aerial Tour of Area Small Slide Show - Large Slide Show
Here on the North Shore of Oahu, there are 10 Miles of beaches that stretch from Turtle Bay's Kuilima Cove Beach, all the way to Haleiwa! Each beach has it's own charms, excitement and especially Beauty. While you are here, visit as many of them as you can. Remember to bring your camera to take lots of pictures and video. You'll be glad you have these visual memories to share with family and friends!

Golf - Two World Class Courses - on Site!
Arnold Palmer Course
As a championship golf course, this track will test all of your skills if played from the tips, but five sets of tees make it accessible to those of us who aren't Tiger Woods. No. 17 is the signature hole: Nine bunkers surround the landing area and extend to the green, which sits on a plateau a stone's throw away from the ocean.
George Fazio Course - The Links at Kuilima
Host to the LPGA's Hawaiian Open and the Senior Skins Game, Turtle Bay's Fazio course boasts wide fairways, deep bunkers and beautiful ocean vistas. It's a great course to play if you're traveling with the family, as the resort is much more than just golf. Guests can also spend their time wind surfing, scuba diving, or hitting smashes on the tennis court. The Kuilima property features an outstanding eighteen hole regulation course, plus a nine hole regulation course. The Hawaiian Ladies Open was held on the original course in 1990. The prevailing winds and many sand bunkers make this a demanding course. The Links Course was redesigned in 1992 with an additional nine holes.

Golf at Kuilima Estates

Available Amenities. In addition to all the amenities that our Condo Complex has to offer - the pools, tennis courts, lovely views, lush, well planted and beautifully kept grounds, private lanai's, parking spaces, and washer-dryers within each rental, there are other amenities available to you.
There are fine restaurants at the nearby resort hotel. The hotel has a day spa. You can obtain surfing lessons, attend a Luau Show, rent a bike, or Segway. Arrange for day trips and hikes. The hotel has Convenience stores, Specialty Shops and Boutiques. There are other rentals you might enjoy such as as surf boards and stand up paddle boards. These are of course extra costs, but the costs are in-line with island wide services.
About 3 miles south of Kuilima Estates is the town of Kahuku. You'll find Markets, local Restaurants, Banks, Gasoline stations and everything else a modern town has, including a hospital and Churches of many dominations. Drive about 3 more miles South to Laie to Foodland Supermarket, and other shopping.

Terrific Beaches in our Neighborhood!

North Shore Beaches Map


Sunset Beach

See pictures of these beaches in Beaches Slide Show!
Technically all of this two mile stretch of sand is Sunset Beach, but it's been divided by wave breaks into a dozen colorful surf spots called Back Doors, Off-The-Wall, Log Cabins, Cloud break, Kammie Land, Gas Chambers, Pupukea, Banzai Pipeline - they are all Sunset Beach. It's really, a beach where you can watch some of the world's great surfers. In the winter, there are waves for surfing, but are too high for safe swimming. It's a must-see, but in winter, non-surfers should stay out of the water. During winter months, wave heights can reach to between 20 and 30 feet.
Waimea Beach
A surfer's paradise, Waimea has the longest and best, surf break in the world. there is a lifeguard stand, restrooms and parking. In the winter the waves are so high that the shore is lined with spectators watching the courageous and best surfers in the world. During the summer, the Bay is generally as calm as a lake and it is one of the great swimming spots on the island. If the surf is up, be careful.
Banzai Pipeline
This a great beach park with good parking and clean rest rooms that is relatively protected from the surf. Good swimming, and you can still see the drama for which the North Shore is famous!