North of Alala Point and Lanikai Beach, is Kailua Beach, another of the most popular on Oahu. Kailua means “two currents in the sea”. People flock here year round to enjoy the sun, the sand, and the beauty of this pristine destination. Kailua Beach provides picture-perfect scenery with its wide expanse of soft, white sand contrasting with the azure of the ocean. There are buoys that mark areas reserved for swimmers.
Kayaking is remarkable in Kailua Bay, and kayak rentals are available in nearby Kailua town. Rr take advantage of the rental facility at the park. The Mokolua Islands visible from Kailua Beach present images that dreams are made of. The 35-acre Kailua Beach Park is located at the south end of the beach and is the center of windsurfing and kite boarding on Oahu.
Kailua Bay is known as the birthplace of windsurfing. In 1975 the Naish family combined surfing and sailing. It is still the premiere windsurfing and kite-boarding spot on Oahu. There is something for everyone to enjoy here.