Waikiki Beach – The Surfing Capital of the World!

July 14, 2010 by  
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Waikiki Beach, Honolulu, Hawaii, USA.
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Amazing Beaches!

Waikiki is the perfect place to be if you are a water sports enthusiast.  With a combination of Hawaiian traditions and American lifestyle imbued in their sandy beaches and spectacular waves, along with prime seafood restaurants and luxury resorts, resisting this place will definitely prove futile.  Everywhere you look in Waikiki – the views are simply breathtaking.  Prominent figures in the 20th century such as Franklin D. Roosevelt, Keniji Osano and Robert Lewis Stevenson have marvelled in the spectacular beauty that is Waikiki.  Just last year visitors coming to Waikiki’s beautiful beaches, fine seafood restaurants and world-class resorts have come to around seven million!

It is in this place where you can enjoy surfing in the sparkling blue waters that only Waikiki can offer.  Located on the island of Oahu, Waikiki Beach is simply the world’s best beach full of thrills and excitement.  This place is also where the exhilarating sport of surfing had begun, which was also one of the most popular non-Olympic sports in the 21st century.

Waikiki has certainly been blessed with numerous gifts from Mother Nature, and human nature as well!  The island is bordered by a natural array of tropical gardens and breathtaking natural formations.  It is here where you can experience living in an unhurried atmosphere of a modern small town.  Waikiki Beach offers water temperatures of 75 to 77 degrees Fahrenheit or 24 to 25 degrees Celsius on average in the month of March.  During the month of August, water temperatures rise to around 77 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit or 25 to 28 degrees Celsius on the average.  When it comes to beautiful beaches, crystal clear waters and luxurious resorts, nothing comes close to Waikiki – this place is one of the more secluded beaches of either the Pacific or America.  If by chance you are in Hawaii’s capital Honolulu, the beaches of Waikiki is just an hour away using the city’s modern transport system.

Waikiki has captured the hearts of foreigners for many centuries.  It has been a place of recreation for the royal family of Hawaii ever since the 1860’s.  It has also has been frequented by thousands of US soldiers serving in the armed forces during the World War II.  And who can forget that ever popular 1977 TV series produced by Aaron Spelling?  His glamorous and gorgeous angels invaded the Waikiki coastline to dish out some hot and spicy action…yes your right, its Charlie’s Angels!

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