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Seven Beaches You Can Walk to at Turtle Bay Resort

Turtle Bay Resort is the only resort on the island of O’ahu, Hawaii, where you can enjoy miles and miles of beaches. Our 850 acres of tropical paradise are home to five miles of unspoiled and secluded shoreline. From right outside your hotel room, to a gorgeous one mile stroll, there’s a beach waiting for you to dive into, explore and enjoy some well deserved vitamin sea.

So what are you waiting for?  Grab your snorkeling mask, beach towel and GoPro and get ready to explore the beautiful beaches of Turtle Bay. (Some of which you may even have all to yourself!)

1. Keiki Cove

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Five Ways to get Your Relaxation on at Turtle Bay Resort

If you’re looking for adventure, romance or relaxation, Turtle Bay is the place for you. Whether you prefer to surf off our pool bar, explore our miles of trails on horseback, or simply read a book by the pool, there is no wrong way to enjoy Turtle Bay.

In need of a time out? Here’s five ways for you to breathe in the aloha vibes and release any stress.

1. Get pampered at Nalu Kinetic Spa - Get a massage with the ocean only a few feet away in our seaside cabana.
The spa also offers facials, body scrubs, manicures and pedicures. Learn more about Nalu Kinetic Spa here.

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Turtle Bay Foundation Accepting Applications for Scholarships and Grants

Since 2012, The Turtle Bay Foundation has given more than $382,000 in scholarships and grants to North Shore students and non-profit organizations.

The Foundation was created to make a difference in the North Shore and Ko’olualoa communities.

Letters from past recipients share how the foundation is reaching its goal to make the region a better place.

“You have lightened my financial burden which allows me to focus more on the important aspect of school, learning. Your generosity has inspired me to help others and give back to the community. I hope one day I will be able to help students achieve their goals just as you have helped me.” – Marivic Agustin, Waialua HIS, Class of 2017 “

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