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Kailua Beach

Information About Kailua Beach

Kailua, meaning "two seas," is a beautiful community located on the scenic southeastern shore of the island of Oahu, Hawaii. Kailua’s beach park has become known as the windsurfing capital of the world. Its steady cross shore trade wind, a protective coral reef and consistent water temperature of 75° Fahrenheit (25° C) makes Kailua perfect for year round water sports.

Kailua Beach has been rated by Conde Nast as one of the most beautiful beaches in the world so many times that is has been removed from the Conde Naste list to allow other beaches a chance to win. This is also the most popular beach with sail boarders, kayakers, and canoeists.

You can rent equipment right on the spot, or you can make reservations to have someone meet you here. It's a great beach. Very safe for swimming and very picturesque
This breathtaking panorama is just 25 minutes from all of the energy and hustle of Waikiki. With over two miles of sand and sparkling ocean you will enjoy spectacular sunrises and leisurely, sun soaked days.

Strolling Kailua’s pristine white sand beaches provides you with a view of the lovely aquamarine where water sportsmen swim, snorkel, kayak, boogy board, surf, windsurf, or kite surf.

Kailua Beach is so beautiful and the air so fresh that it encourages other activities including jogging and bicycling. Its nearby mountain ridge background lends itself to hiking and hang gliding.

There are three accessible off shore islands from Kailua Beach that attract many visitors. There is an island off the south point of Kailua called Popoi’a (flat) island and two more additional islands named the Mokulua (divided or two) islands.

The coral reefs 300 yards off Kailua beach to help protect and provide the protected calm waters of its bay. Coral reefs are very fragile colonies that can be damaged by human trespassing. When engaging in water sports, please circumvent coral, which will mutually protect it, from breakage, and you from its razor sharpness With the year around water temperature remaining at 75 degrees Fahrenheit (25 C) the beach and ocean are one of Hawaii's biggest attractions. Site seeing, golf, tennis, horseback riding and hiking are other popular activities to enjoy nearby.