Experience Hawaii like a native!
If you awaken before 7 am, walk down the beach to the right for 1/2 mile and see turtles sleeping on the sand. Mornings are also great for watching surfers on three reefs (Silva Channel, Hammerheads, Walls) visible from the beach (but we also have binoculars in the house).
The best times to swim and snorkel are during low tide, generally, before 10 am and after 5 pm. In the evenings, enjoy a colorful sunset over the ocean. During the winter, watch for whale spouts and jumping in front of the horizon. It's no exaggeration that Mokuleia is one of the best beaches on Oahu for natural beauty, wildlife and privacy.
The cottage is on Crozier Drive, which is an exclusive private one-lane road with multi-million dollar second homes mixed with primary residences on the oceanside and two-acre agricultural land on the mountain side. Locals consider Waialua "country."
Miles of quiet beaches for walking and shell collecting. This is truly a special area of the islands, remote yet only a short drive into the world famous surf town of Haleiwa, and just a 45-minute drive to the excitement of Honolulu and Waikiki.
This lovely guest cottage on a gated beachfront lot is shared with the owner's home. There is an enclosed outdoor hot shower and toilet (in addition to the 1-1/2 baths in the cottage). Comfortably furnished with beautiful landscaping, and only steps to the quiet, secluded, sandy beach in this very quiet neighborhood, away from the traffic and congestion of Sunset Beach.
Free WiFi is available in the house and yard. There is a guest parking space on the driveway. Guests can use the gas BBQ grill, 4-5 beach chairs, boogie boards, life jackets, snorkels and googles, plastic beach toys, beach umbrella, and beach towels. There is a fire pit to roast marshmallows at night (fires are illegal on the beach). You can collect drift wood on the beach to burn and there are long marshmallow sticks in the pantry.