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Roxy's #RunSUPYoga Comes to Turtle Bay This Saturday

Surrounded by miles of pristine shoreline and the warm Hawaiian sea, you’d be hard pressed to find a place more perfect to keep fit than Turtle Bay. And wouldn’t you know it, we’re not the only people to hold the North Shore in such high esteem. On Saturday May 30, Roxy, the female surf and fitness brand, is bringing their international #RunSupYoga event to Turtle Bay.

For only $5 per event, you’re invited to partake in a day of adventure and exercise that you’ll never forget as you run (hey, it’s only a 5K) SUP (conditions are going to be perfect!) and do some yoga (a little stretching never hurt anyone) in what will surely shape up as a perfect Saturday. Grab your buddy, your yoga mat, and a comfy bikini and join us at Turtle Bay this Saturday.


Guests Get Dirty on Earth Day

A few miles from Haleiwa town right across the street from the Dillingham Airfield you’ll find Army Beach. The beach boasts amazing views of the North Shore, a great surf break and perfect conditions for snorkeling and swimming. What it is also known for is how much trash tends to find its way there.

“Every time I come here the sand becomes more and more black, because of all the bonfires,” said Waialua resident Jodi Wilmott, “It’s really sad.”

This Earth Day Turtle Bay teamed up with Sustainable Coastlines to give the beach some much needed TLC. Guests and employees were invited to put on some gloves and get to work picking up trash.

Guests Gary and Diane Tsyporin came from San Francisco to the North Shore to enjoy its beauty.


Fresh Fun at North Shore Farmers' Markets

Oahu's North Shore is home to some of the freshest produce on Oahu. Here’s a breakdown of the North Shore, Oahu farmers markets and schedules you need to check out and what you can find there.  Keep in mind, all of our rooms come with fridges, so you can keep your items fresh!

Haleiwa Farmer’s Market, Waimea Valley
Mingle with locals enjoying pau hana (getting off work) at this large farmers market located in legendary Waimea Valley. Live music, fresh produce, island jewelry, poke (raw fish) bowls, grass-fed burgers and more!
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