THE TURTLE BAY DIFFERENCE
Besides being the only resort located on the Fabled North Shore, Turtle Bay offers guests the experience of a lifetime no matter what they may be looking for. Below are the Top 5 Reasons for you to stay at Turtle Bay.
More to Do in a Day - Every Day
Turtle Bay offers a wide array of activities that most resorts cannot: surfing, stand-up paddling, kayaking, snorkeling, Segway tours, horseback riding, helicopter adventures, cycling, tennis, and golf. All on site. So you can ride horseback before breakfast, take a waterman lesson after lunch, and explore our trails before dinner.
And yet we believe it’s wise to just slow down and be idle now and then. Feel free to relax with a book by the pool,let our massage therapists work the knots out, or daydream on the beach.
- We’re the only Oahu resort with a helipad and helicopter tours available on site.
- We’re the only Oahu Resort with its own Stables on the premises.
- Our resort is home to the largest area of protected swimming and snorkeling waters in Hawaii. Kawela Bay andKuilima Cove are two of the most sheltered and serene snorkeling spots on Oahu and are ideal for beginners.
Blessed with the Best of Land and Sea
We are surrounded by the most spectacular waves in the world, but have protected bays for safe swimming and snorkeling. Our terrain encompasses fertile farmlands and lush forest sanctuaries of biodiversity. We are profoundly grateful for this gift and are committed to protecting it.
- We have 5 miles of untouched beachfront, including the Kings Walk, a 3.5 mile sandy coastal trail.
- One of the most secluded beaches on Oahu, Kawela Bay is a perfect spot to unwind and bathe in calm waters.
- We partner with the Hawaiian Islands Humpback Whale National Marine Sanctuary to offer safe refuge tohumpback whales, monk seals, green sea turtles and dolphins.
WE ARE EVENTFUL
Turtle Bay is the living room of the North Shore, a welcoming hub where locals and tourists hang out with visiting pro athletes, celebrities, and artists. What’s more, the diverse range of activities available on or near our property makes this the ideal setting for gathering large groups of people and letting them create friendships and memories to lasta lifetime. As such, we host a calendar full of conferences, competitions, and special occasions. And because Surfer,The Bar is closer to a surf break than any other bar on Oahu, we offer great seats for watching the action.
- We're home to the longest running and most professional big wave surfing events in the world: The Vans Triple Crown of Surfing & Quiksilver in Memory of Eddie Aikau
- We're home to the Wanderlust Yoga & Music Festival each February.
- We were the location for filming the original Hawaii Five-0, Magnum P.I., Murder She wrote, Blue Crush, Pirates of the Caribbean IV, The Amazing Race, The Biggest Loser, LOST, Hunger Games: Catching Fire and more.
EXTRA BREATHING SPACE
We take the concept of “getting away from it all” literally. As the most spacious resort on Oahu, we offer guests extra room to stretch out and soak up the peace. We span a luxurious 840 acres; all of Waikiki can fit within 600 acres. All this space makes your visit more relaxing.
- With a little more than 400 individual accommodations, we have approximately 2 acres of green space to every room.
- Our secluded setting and natural coastline on the rural North Shore of Oahu mimics the experience of visiting a neighbor island, without the added flight.
- Our 5 miles of oceanfront present endless wedding options, and there’s no need for a permit.
OUR OWN FARM-TO-TABLE
We are the only resort on Oahu that farms its own produce using sustainable methods that are a model for local agriculture, for a true Farm-to-Table dining experience. Guests are able to tour our farm and visit the fields where their fruit and vegetables come from.As well as Turtle Bay Resort’s own farm, our kitchens source fruit and vegetables from the organic family farms of the North Shore, as well as from local fisherman and artisans. Menus celebrate the North Shore food culture and agricultural heritage by crediting the farm that produced the ingredients.