Ko ʻOlina Lagoons
Ko ʻOlina lagoons are comprised of four pristine, man-made lagoons on the Leeward coast of Oʻahu: Kohola Lagoon, Honu Lagoon, Naiʻa Lagoon and Ulua Lagoon. This privately owned area features calm waters, lush grassy hills and designated picnic areas.
Surrounded by popular accommodations including the Four Seasons Resort Oʻahu at Ko ʻOlina, Aulani, A Disney Resort & Spa, Beach Villas at Ko ʻOlina and Marriott’s Ko ʻOlina Beach Club, the four lagoons are crescent-shaped, and are all within walking distance from each other. Encompassing over 600 acres of soft sand and crystal clear waters, Ko ʻOlina lagoons are easily accessible to the general public, though parking areas are limited and available on a first-come, first-serve basis.
Because Ko ʻOlina property is privately owned, the following is prohibited at the lagoons: alcoholic beverages, cigarettes, pets, loud music, metal-detecting, fires, camping, tents, sun shades, bicycles, skates, skateboards, Frisbees, kites, ball playing, fishing, scuba, surfboards and other watercrafts.
Helpful tip: Head out to Ko ʻOlina early to nab a good parking spot, then spend the day relaxing at one or more of the lagoons. You can frolic in the ocean, enjoy a picnic lunch and watch the breathtaking sunset along the Leeward coast.