Waimea Bay on Oahu’s North Shore is beautiful and calm on a clear afternoon. Come winter time, this beach will be engulfed by some of the biggest surfable waves in the world. Until then though, it is a sunbathers paradise with blue crystal water, warm temperatures, and plenty of soft sand.
At the far end of the beach, intrepid youth–and not-so-youth–dive from the tall black rocks into the ocean, providing entertainment for themselves and onlookers.
When the beach is as uncrowded as this, it is a perfect spot to drink in the aloha that Hawaii offers.
The shore break at Waimea Bay on the island of Oahu goes off in a prelude to the coming winter months. read more
Two thin lines of white water created by surfers trickle down the front of a giant wave in Waimea Bay on Oahu’s North Shore. read more
Beatiful Waimea Bay waves roll quickly into shore while the sun sets and the surf picks up, silhouetting a lone kiawe tree and creating a scene one might find in a novel. read more
Oahu’s north shore is home to many beautiful beaches, and in particular famous Waimea Bay. In this picture, we see the inviting wonder of a Waimea Bay lava sunset. read more
Waimea Valley is one of the last existing, mostly whole Hawaiian ahupua’a (village land tract) on Oahu. Waimea Valley is called, The Valley of the Priests. read more
Typically known for its enormous winter waves and big-wave surfing competitions, Oahu’s north shore Waimea Bay is surprising calm and flat in the summer time. So what to do? Cliff dive of course. read more