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All reviews calm waters ko olina fish public parking disney resort hotel guests beach chairs parking spot big waves open to the public great for kids safe swimming paddle boarding stayed at the marriott parking is limited walking path four seasons
This area is just so beautiful. There is a walking path that you can follow and see all 4 lagoon areas. The beaches are clean and easily accessible from the walking path. There is also grassy areas that you can enjoy with palm tree shade...More
Some have hotel rentals activities near by, some are just sand & surf but all keep are great! The Disney lagoon has great rentals and so does the Marriott and lagoon 2 is wonderful with a quiet sandy beach.
Second time to visit Ko Olina Lagoons. Enjoy the walkway from one end to the other end. Always something different to see each time. Beautiful area for taking pictures. Plan to be there again in a few years.
Ko'olina Lagoons are beautiful, calm and the beach is well kept. Be mindful of sea urchins in the lagoon - shoes are a wise choice, as we had a swimmer step on an urchin which was painful. The snorkelling is great, and safe spot for...More
I absolutely loved the Ko'olina Lagoons (we swam at the 2nd lagoon). It was picturesque, clean, and not crowded at all. We were lucky to see some fish in the water, I wish we had brought snorkelling gear with us as there was probably more...More
Beautiful location to relax, walk or swim. I stayed at the Marriott Vacation Club and visited all four lagoons. All were similar. Found them very clean, safe. Really enjoyed the pounding surf, views and the birds.
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I highly suggest trying Paradise Cove Beach which is just down from lagoon #1. You can access the public beach path via Ali'inui Dr. Public parking is limited, but if you're walking, you're all set. Hundreds of colorful fish... More
I highly suggest trying Paradise Cove Beach which is just down from lagoon #1. You can access the public beach path via Ali'inui Dr. Public parking is limited, but if you're walking, you're all set. Hundreds of colorful fish and highly likely you'll see a green sea turtle if you're there any length of time. Warning: they have no public restrooms.