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Private room · Kahuku
North Shore Resort, Private room
Some guests have stayed here and rarely left the property. There Is local entertainment every night at the hotel pool bar. Guests can check at the hotel and take advantage of other activities offered there. The beach here is beautiful and the safest during winter waves. This area is near many points of interest and we are glad to offer ideas and places to explore off the grid. PLEASE NOTE: there is a 13 percent hotel tax payable in cash to us at arrival.
Jun 5 – 12
$110 per night
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Condo · Kahuku
Turtle bay retreat
Very clean and comfortable ground floor unit steps to parking and pool. Backyard opens to wonderful view. Perfect location to access the entire north shore experience.
Jul 21 – 28
$250 per night
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Condo · Kahuku
Gorgeous Getaway to Turtle Bay Resort
This condo is a legal vacation rental located in a resort-zoned master community plan & also serves as our family's vacation home. We'd love to share it with you! Just a few minutes walk to the resort, beaches, golf, restaurants, horses & turtles. PER HAWAII STATE LAW, 18% TRANSIENT ACCOMMODATION TAX is due & payable prior to check-in and is charged in addition to your total amount due upon booking. Cleaning fee is based on your length of stay & number of guests. TA Tax ID #188-315-8525-01
Jun 5 – 12
$293 per night
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Turtle Bay beach condos

Condo · Kahuku
Turtle Bay Resort 1 Bedroom Condo
Mar 11 – 18
$222 per night
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Condo · Kahuku
Turtle Bay Condo- Kuilima Estates
Sep 29 – Oct 6
$233 per night
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Condo · Kahuku
RusticLuxe — Fully Custom Boss Cabin at Turtle Bay
Jul 11 – 18
$405 per night
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Condo · Kahuku
Modern & Contemporary North Shore Oahu Condo
Mar 26 – Apr 2
$399 per night
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Condo · Kahuku
Honu Hideout at Turtle Bay
Mar 5 – 12
$421 per night
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Condo · Kahuku
Beautiful North Shore Turtle Bay Condo
Jul 22 – 29
$285 per night
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Condo · Kahuku
NEWLY RENOVATED (2021) Turtle Bay Haven!
Nov 9 – 16
$383 per night
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Condo · Kahuku
HawaiianaLuxe_Townhouse at Turtle Bay_Hale LuLu
May 15 – 22
$459 per night
Condo · Kahuku
Hale He'e' Nalu (Surf House) in Turtle Bay!
Jul 27 – Aug 3
$357 per night
Condo · Kahuku
Beautiful Luxury Beachfront Villa #207
Nov 13 – 20
$872 per night
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Condo · Kahuku
Privacy & 5-Star Luxury - Pua Moana at Turtle Bay
Feb 16 – 23
$354 per night
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Private room · Kahuku
Tropical Paradise Studio-Beach steps away,TBay,AC
Jun 27 – Jul 4
$195 per night

Turtle Bay vacation rentals

Apartment · Kahuku
N Shore Turtle Bay Kuilima Condo getaway! REVIEWS!
Dec 6 – 13
$300 per night
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Apartment · Kahuku
Turtle Bay Corner Condo With A Fairway View!
Sep 5 – 12
$208 per night
Shared room · Haleiwa
North Shore Hostel 1 bed
May 4 – 11
$38 per night
Condo · Kahuku
The Sweet Suite. Private Entrance. Nice Price.
Dec 17 – 24
$260 per night
Condo · Kahuku
Lovely Getaway in Turtle Bay
Nov 9 – 16
$377 per night
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Loft · Kahuku
Tapu's Grass-Shack on the Northshore.
Sep 29 – Oct 6
$101 per night
Private room · Haleiwa
Sunset Pt. Surf Studio /bike/ 1 stay per month
Jun 12 – 19
$135 per night
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Condo · West Kahuku
Kuilima Condo (Turtle Bay area) TA-005-791-7440-02
Jan 25 – Feb 1
$327 per night
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Condo · Kahuku
Beautiful North Shore Turtle Bay Condo POOL/AC
Feb 6 – 13
$297 per night
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Condo · Kahuku
Beachy, Breezy Family Bungalow -Turtle Bay Getaway
Jun 3 – 10
$390 per night
Private room · Haleiwa
Lovely private room for 1 w/large lanai for yoga
Jun 30 – Jul 7
$100 per night
Apartment · Kahuku
Hale O Hoa- Paradise at Turtle Bay
Jun 16 – 23
$330 per night
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Turtle Bay houses

Home · Kahuku
North Shore OCEAN FRONT HOME 30 Day Rentals
Sep 19 – 26
$742 per night
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Home · Haleiwa
Ocean Front Beach Bungalow, Perfect for families
Sep 10 – 17
$660 per night
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Private room · Waialua
Large clean modern room at North Shore with an AC
Mar 3 – 10
$114 per night
Home · Kahuku
Hawaii Life Rentals presents Turtle Bay West Studi
Sep 20 – 27
$230 per night
Home · Haleiwa
Sunset Villa
Nov 8 – 15
$750 per night
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Home · Haleiwa
Ocean Front Bungalow - North Shore
Sep 3 – 10
$499 per night
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Home · Kahuku
Hawaiian Country Retreat - 30 day stays
May 20 – 27
$220 per night
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Private room · Waialua
Private room with an AC at North Shore. Haleiwa
Feb 22 – Mar 1
$80 per night
Home · Haleiwa
Sunset Beach Vintage Cottage
Oct 26 – Nov 2
$364 per night
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Private room · Hauula
Ko'olau Haven - Private Room
Aug 5 – 12
$108 per night
Home · Kahuku
3 Bedroom Oceanfront Beach Property North Shore
Dec 25 – Jan 1
$773 per night
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Private room · Haleiwa
PIPELINE EN SUITE APT/ TOP BEACHFRONT STUDIO
Jul 5 – 12
$421 per night
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Your guide to Turtle Bay

All About Turtle Bay

Turtle Bay is located along the north shore of the Hawaiian island of Oahu, serving as the starting point for a string of magnificent beaches on both sides, including the tranquil, tree-lined shore at Kawela. Named after the green turtles that once fed in the bay, the area is an undeveloped stretch of pristine sand and rock formations that is a well-known surfing destination. You can watch as surfers paddle their way out to catch the next big wave and look out for seals frolicking in the crystal-clear water.

The bay is also the gateway to Oahu’s rugged North Shore, where just-caught seafood is a firm fixture on menus, whether it’s at a roadside shrimp truck or in fish tacos at a beachfront eatery. World-renowned Waimea Bay is just a 15-minute drive away, famous as a winter playground for big wave surfers. During the summer, small boats bob offshore and calmer waters make it a perfect spot for swimming and paddleboarding, while sunset brings cotton candy skies and balmy ocean breezes — perfect for savoring shaved ice, a Hawaiian staple.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Turtle Bay?

The summer months are a popular time to visit Turtle Bay with sunny days and high temperatures. Water-based activities are plentiful, from stand-up paddleboarding to kayaking and diving. During the autumn, the waves are calm and there’s more room to roam along the area’s scenic beaches. Tropical storms and hurricanes are rare, but the season runs from June to November, so bear this in mind when planning your trip. Winter brings pleasant temperatures and short, sharp rainstorms. O’ahu’s North Shore is a major surfing destination and, from late December until early April, a whole host of competitions see the pros pit themselves against enormous waves. In March, a three-day festival brings together Hawaiian, Pacific, and Asian traditions through music, dance, and art.


What are the top things to do in Turtle Bay?

North Shore

This legendary seven-mile stretch of beaches along the north coast of Oahu has been attracting surfers and spectators during the winter for decades with its soaring, 30-feet-tall waves and professional surfing competitions. During the summer, the waves flatten and the area transforms into a tranquil swimming spot. The shoreline is largely undeveloped, with pristine natural beauty sitting alongside the food trucks and craft stores in Haleiwa.

Kawela Bay Beach Park

As one of Oahu’s most secluded beaches, Kawela Bay is the perfect place to relax on the beach or paddle in the calm water. The bay is one of the most protected areas along the North Shore, making it a safe spot for swimming during the winter. The surrounding parkland features a World War II pillbox and a spectacular banyan tree that has formed the backdrop for a host of Hollywood movies and TV shows.

Sharks Cove

As part of the Pūpūkea Marine Life Conservation District, Sharks Cove is one of the best diving spots on the North Shore. The area has a fascinating underwater topography, with vertical lava tubes descending directly into underwater caverns and swim-throughs, and there is a rich array of marine life, including spotted eagle rays, unicorn fish, turtles, and octopuses. This is a great spot for beginners, but keep in mind that diving is only possible during the summer as winter waves make it too dangerous.

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