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We can’t help it, we love Haleiwa and if you’ve been there before, we know you love it too! We aren’t the only ones, Surfer Magazine named Haleiwa the #1 Surf Town in the world. With sandy white beaches and legendary surf, it’s no surprise the quaint and historic town received such an honor. But it’s not just the surf that makes the town so special. Throw in the residents oozing aloha, one-of-a kind mom and pop shops, art galleries plus unique restaurants and you’ll see the whole amazing picture.
Here are seven steps to our idea of the perfect day in Haleiwa town. Make sure you bring your swimsuit and towel!
1. Start with a Local Cup of Joe
Photo: Elias James
If you’re like us, you prefer to dodge the “tourist traps” and get lost doing something outside the norm on your vacation. Which is probably how you’ve stumbled upon this gem, and it’s also exactly why we created this new specialty experience here at Turtle Bay Resort: the Surf & Turf Activity Bundle.
Whether you’re coming to experience all the adventures this special land offers or simply enjoy outdoor sports, we’ve crafted a unique surf and golf lesson experience you can only find here on the North Shore. Read on to learn more about this specialty bundle, and contact the resort to book yours today.
Since this North Shore surf and golf lesson package is outside of our usual menu of offerings and operating times, we’ll piece together each experience and customize it just for you once you make your booking – and we'll need just a day or so to do that.
Get ready “fur” a real treat! There’s a paw-some new member of the Turtle Bay Ohana. Meet Pono, Turtle Bay Resort's official canine ambassador!
“Being on 850 acres on the North Shore allows Turtle Bay Resort to develop unique programs that enhance the guest experience,” said Jerry Gibson, Turtle Bay Resort's Vice President. “Adopting a fur friend from Hawaii Fi-Do was a natural fit to our pet-friendly resort, adding a fun way to explore our five miles of unspoiled ocean coastline, 15 miles of hiking trails, and private horse and pony stables.”