Waikiki Beach

Waikiki Beach is one of Hawaii’s most visited and popular beaches for good reason! This remarkably beautiful beach features sapphire blue waters, perfect for swimming or boogie boarding ,and expansive golden sands ideal for simple beach relaxation. The two-mile-long beach is dotted with hotels, restaurants, gift shops, and beach bars. On either end, it is flanked by Kapiolani Park, a large and beautiful oceanfront park perfect for a picnic, ball games, or running, and Duke Kahanamoku Lagoon, a perfect protected spot for a relaxing swim. Get there early to claim a spot at the popular beach!

Getting There

Getting to Waikiki Beach is super easy since it is conveniently located in the heart of Honolulu! From the Honolulu International Airport, you’ll drive south along the coast of Oahu for about 15 minutes to get to Waikiki Beach. To get there, simply take I-H-1 E to Punahou Street and take exit 23, from there take Kalakaua Ave to Ena Road. Waikiki Beach will be on your left – you’ll know you’re there when you see stunning white sands and luxurious beach resorts. Flights to Honolulu are easily available from popular Canadian cities like Vancouver, Toronto, Calgary, Ottawa.