Water

In my last blog post, I shared with you information about Ewa Beach's shoreline playgrounds, stretching from Keahi Point at the entrance to Pearl Harbor to the east end of White Plains Beach in Kalaeloa. Ewa Beach also boasts several surf spots that have gained popularity over the years, and each reflecting a unique local perspective.... Read More

Our beaches and surf spots are Hawaii’s playgrounds. They are places where we play and recreate, with our swimming, surfing, canoe paddling, kayaking, paddle boarding, body boarding and body surfing. Where we sail, wind surf, scuba dive, snorkel and water ski. Our shorelines are where we gather our food, whether it’s salt, seaweed, sea... Read More

Late last year, Haseko unveiled its refined plans for Hoakalei Resort, which includes transforming the previously planned marina into a unique oceanfront lagoon that provides expanded amenities and recreational opportunities while still remaining true to the Resort’s vision. Creating a lagoon enables us to achieve our long-held vision... Read More