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Hawaii Beach Wedding Venues on Oahu

Looking to learn more about ideal Oahu wedding locations or venues? Oahu has many beautiful beach, park, and garden locations to hold small wedding ceremony. Below is a short list of some of our favorite beaches and parks. These are suggestions, although we are not limited in just these locations.

Waimanalo Bay State Park

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Waimanalo Bay State Park is about 45 minutes from Waikiki.  This makes it one of the more remote, peaceful, and quiet locations.  It features soft white sand and turquoise colored ocean that is rarely crowded.  The Sherwood Forest Beach area is located within Waimanalo Bay.

Kahala Beach Wedding

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Located just a few of miles east of Waikiki is Kahala Beach.  It is adjacent to the Kahala Resort along a beautiful shoreline dotted with coconut palm trees, tranquil blue waters, and the picturesque Koko Head mountain for a backdrop.

Magic Island at Ala Moana Park

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Ala Moana means “path to the sea”. The ocean backdrop with the iconic Diamond Head mountain gives a stunning view making it one of the more popular locations. Magic Island is located just outside of Waikiki.

Fort DeRussy Beach

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With easy access in Waikiki located near Hilton Hawaiian Village and the Hale Koa Hotel, Fort DeRussy Beach Park is a very convenient location. The beach is a favorite known for its soft sand and proximity to Diamaond Head mountain.

Known throughout the world as a popular surfing destination, the Oahu North Shore energy and charm make this a unique choice for a beach wedding. In summer, the calm waters create a more tranquil setting.

Paradise Cove Beach at Ko’olina Resort is a small white sand beach tucked away down a walking path next to the luau area. Wonderful sunsets can be experienced here, it’s very picturesque. Families use the beach as the water is rather calm due to the natural reef wall that acts to protect the beach area. It’s not unusual to spot a sea turtle or monk seal in the cove.

Makapu'u Beach Park

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Quite lot to see at Makapu’u Beach. There’s picturesque volcanic rocks along the shore with huge cliffs in the back. About 3/4 of a mile from shore is Manana Island or Rabbit Island, a State seabird sanctuary. Bordered by the majestic cliffs of the Ko’olau mountain range

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