The North Shore



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Most people who come to Oahu think of Pearl Harbor and Waikiki Beach. If you're spending more time here make sure you visit the North Shore. You will feel like you're on another Island. It's our own version of country living and you'll quickly notice the difference of the laid back style and the quiet pace. If you take the long way around from the city the Polynesian cultural center will be on the way. Once you get to the North Shore, it's all about the beach. Although there is some shopping in Haleiwa town you'll spend most of your time outside enjoying the world famous surf spots. In the winter you'll be watching the surfers. In the summer feel free to get in the water and swim. Last stop Dole Plantation. You can spend a few hours there on you way back to the pick city.

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Author: Jennifer


Day 1 - Kahuku, Laie


If you would like to see a luau, while you're here, this would be a perfect opportunity.


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Ola at Turtle Bay Resort

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Location:

57-091 Kamehameha Hwy
Turtle Bay Resort
Kahuku, HI 96731

Contact:

tel: 808/293-0801
fax: 808/293-9147


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Polynesian Cultural Center

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Location:

55-370 Kamehameha Hwy
Laie
Laie, HI 96762

Contact:

tel: 800/367-7060, 808/293-3333
fax: +1 888 722 7339


Day 2 - Honolulu


Please take note that swimming can be very dangerous here at various times during the year. Please pay attention to the signs, and ask a lifeguard if it's safe to swim.


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Haleiwa Alii Beach Park

Location:

2270 Kalakaua Avenue
Suite 801
Honolulu, HI 96815


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Haleiwa Beach Park

Location:

2270 Kalakaua Avenue
Suite 801
Honolulu, HI 96815


Day 3 - Wahiawa


Try the Dole whip!!


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Dole Plantation

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Location:

64-1550 Kamehameha Highway
(Hwy 99, north of Wahiawa)
Wahiawa, HI 96786

Contact:

tel: +1 808 621 8408


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