Turtle Bay Resort on the North Shore of Oahu

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Turtle Bay Resort on the North Shore of Oahu

Turtle Bay Resort on the North Shore of Oahu

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Turtle Bay Resort on the North Shore of Oahu

The Travel Channel once called Turtle Bay Resort on Oahu a Top Honeymoon Hot Spot. Situated beautifully on Oahu North Shore, Turtle Bay Resort brings to the table something that lots of other Oahu resorts can not provide quiet luxury with all of the amenities that you find in Waikiki.

The North Shore of Oahu is mostly still country and less-developed than the rest of the Island. It is still raw in the way that Hawaii was meant to be before the tourist boom started and the state became one of the greatest vacation destinations in the world. As a matter of fact, building Turtle Bay Resort on the North Shore was a tough ticket to pass as locals and Hawaiian purists wanted to keep the country country. As well they should.

However, the environment of the North Shore is what makes Turtle Bay Resort the special place that it is and today there are very few people who see it as a bad idea. With almost 5 miles of beach front it is not uncommon to see Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles and Hawaiian Monk Seals lazing and sunning themselves on the resorts beaches. There are also many times during the year when it is common to see Spinner Dolphins and migrating humpback whales in the waters nearby.

You can hang out at Turtle Bay Beach, snorkel in Kuilima Cove, and take a short 20 minute hike just north of the resort to the secret spot, Kawela Bay. Along the hike you will pass through spots where the television show Lost was filmed amidst the famous Banyan Trees.

Accommodations include 452 Total with cottages, villas, rooms and suites as well as:
  • State-of-the-art, challenging golf course
  • Helicopter tours nearby.
  • Surfer, The Bar has live music and great dishes.
  • Horseback riding.
  • Two pools.
  • Mountain bike trails.
  • Surfing school.
  • And shopping!

If you wanted to leave the resort for whatever reason than you are just a 10 to 20 minute ride to Waimea Bay, the Waimea Valley and Sharks Cove. Do not worry, though, you are only 45 minutes from the hustle & bustle of Waikiki if you wanted to get out and enjoy the night life.

Turtle Bay Resort is one of the nicest resorts on Oahu and is a refreshing difference from the activity of Waikiki. If you are looking for a quiet resort then check into Turtle Bay on your Hawaiian Holiday.