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Kahe Point Beach Park

92-301 Farrington Hwy, Kapolei, Oahu, HI 96707
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Good for snorkeling

This beach has lots of potential for snorkeling, the water looked pretty clear the day we stopped... read more

Reviewed 3 days ago
Chris S
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Houston, Texas
Fun for family

Excellent family experience on the beach. Swim with fish and occasional sea turtle. Waters are... read more

Reviewed 5 days ago
Wayne L
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92-301 Farrington Hwy, Kapolei, Oahu, HI 96707
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"electric beach"
in 15 reviews
"electric plant"
in 7 reviews
"warm water"
in 17 reviews
"hanauma bay"
in 7 reviews
"farrington highway"
in 4 reviews
"great snorkel spot"
in 3 reviews
"fish"
in 32 reviews
"west side"
in 6 reviews
"concrete wall"
in 2 reviews
"entry and exit"
in 2 reviews
"white tip sharks"
in 2 reviews
"wear a life vest"
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"hundred feet"
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"sea turtles"
in 6 reviews
"pod of dolphins"
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"a lot of fun"
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"pipe"
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Reviewed 3 days ago

This beach has lots of potential for snorkeling, the water looked pretty clear the day we stopped by and there were quite a few snorklers out in the water.

Thank Chris S
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Reviewed 5 days ago

Excellent family experience on the beach. Swim with fish and occasional sea turtle. Waters are mostly shallow, but the rocks are craggly. Be care while walking away from the beach.

Thank Wayne L
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Reviewed 5 May 2018

The snorkeling here is great...especially if you go out by the tube that discharges the warm water. If you're early enough (try 7AMish), you can sometimes catch a pod of dolphins while you snorkel. Turtles are common and on a rare occasions, you might see...More

4  Thank mikeshamokin
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Reviewed 2 May 2018

For some reason this place has a lot of dolphins and other ocean creatures that you will not see in other parts of the island, they say it's the electric pumps located nearby. The place looks to be visited mostly by locals and some people...More

3  Thank bryanmantezoni
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Reviewed 22 April 2018

Staying on the West Side of Oahu and being on island for only two days, we didn't have time to get to Hanauma Bay, where the best snorkeling is. Kahe Point (Electric Beach) is a fine substitute, and there is no entry fee. Don't leave...More

Thank Erin M
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Reviewed 15 April 2018 via mobile

Not as good as Hanauma Bay but an excellent spot to snorkel on the west side. Beautiful sea life, gorgeous beach and lots of sunshine on the west side. Worth the drive no matter where you are staying on Oahu.

Thank 87kandj
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Reviewed 31 January 2018

Our private tour guide brought us here and told us some detailed info about the Kahe Point Beach Park and this area. Snorkeling is what this area is famous for. We were told we may see some spinner dolphins and white tip sharks but unfortunately,...More

5  Thank WorldTravelers34
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Reviewed 22 January 2018

Kahe Point used to be called "Brown's Point" in the 1960's. Some people call the Kahe Point beach "Electric Beach" because of the water discharge that comes from the power plant across the highway. Bring your own food and beverages. This park has a restroom...More

2  Thank John S
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Reviewed 6 January 2018

I was wary of going to this beach because of warnings of current, breaking waves and sharks. Even during winter which is surf season it was reasonably calm. Obviously there are breaking waves on the beach but they are nothing to be afraid of. As...More

3  Thank Jack S
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Reviewed 14 November 2017 via mobile

We stopped here in the morning & saw snorkelers out in front of power plant. We should have snorkeled then because it was so calm. This was the only place on Oahu that I saw turtles from the shore. We were standing at edge of...More

1  Thank scp427
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