We traveled over the H-3 Freeway to get to the windward side of the island (which is basically from central Oahu west of the Koolau’s to the east side of Oahu) where Kaneohe and Kailua towns are located. From there we went all along the coast to the North Shore and back to Central Oahu.
Kaawa– Macadamia Nut Farm, Koolau Ranch
Punaluu– Beautiful beaches, waterfront properties and the Crouching Lion restaurant
Hauula– Country, coastal properties
Laie– Polynesian Cultural Center, BYU University, Laie Point fishing
Kahuku– Sugar Mill, Shrimp Farms, Farmland
Sunset Beach– North Shore Famous Surfing Spot, beaches, coastal and mountain properties.
Waimea Bay– Beautiful bay, swimming, Autubon society in Waimea Valley
Haleiwa– Old historic town, quaint shops and beaches
More articles on Oahu for Hawaii Relocations (or even visitors!) can be found here:
Honolulu County Relocations: A Look into Laie, Hawaii
Relocating to Oahu, Hawaii? A Glimpse into Old Town Wahiawa
Historic Haleiwa Town: North Shore-Oahu, Hawaii
Hawaii Coastal Land: *Ponder Before Purchasing*
Purchasing Hawaii Vacant Land? Ancient Hawaiian Burial Sites and Laws
For more information on Hawaii Relocations please contact Celeste “Sally” Cheeseman @ (808) 375-1404