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Haleiwa Yacht Club,LLC, O'ahu, United States
Haleiwa Yacht Club is located on the north shore of Oahu, in Waialua Bay at the mouth of Anahulu River and the bridge. The shoreline is surrounded by Hale'iwa Beach Park, a wonderful place for SUP (stand-up paddle) or surfboard. Located about one-hour drive from Waikiki, Haleiwa and the north shore of Oahu are known as the surfing capital of the world. In winter, the place gathers surfers from around the world for some of the biggest waves. In Haleiwa you can experience ocean adventures from sport fishing to sailing and whale watching to shark cage encounters. There are a number of beaches in the area, like the ones to the east and west of the marina and all along the coast from Haleiwa to Waimea, where you can explore Waimea Valley, a large parkland with a botanical garden and waterfall. North of Waimea there’s the famous Banzai Pipeline, a reef with some thrilling waves. Although not as green as Kauai, Oahu has a few forest reserves such as Mokuleia, Waianae and Wakua, all located south of Haleiwa.
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Attractions in O'ahu
Oahu is one of the eight islands that form the Hawaiian archipelago. This is the third largest island in the archipelago, and its state capital is the famous city of Honolulu. The fascinating beaches and volcanic relief, together with the touristic attractions of Honolulu turn this island into one of the most popular destinations for travelers all over the world.
The island’s natural splendors offer a fascinating experience. Most tourists come here to bathe in the warm waters, enjoy the golden sands or book a berth and explore the surroundings. Many berth options can easily be booked at MarinaReservation.com. For those who are rather drawn by hiking, there are numerous opportunities to enjoy a memorable walk in the wildlife or a challenging expedition to one of the volcanic peaks; the most famous is Kaʻala, the highest peak on the island measuring over 1200 meters. The Koko Head Stairs on the Southern side of O... more info
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