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Lanikai Beach, Access From Mokulua Dr.
Hawaii

Had a hard time finding access to this beach! Numerous homes separate the beach from Mokulua Dr. and every 200 yards or so a small "path" would go between a couple of homes and end up here. Well worth the effort, soft sand, dramatically reduced wind compared to nearby Kailua Beach Park. This was the access point that we finally found. Beautiful homes only outdone by the beauty of the beach itself.

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Uploaded: 04/07/2011
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Tags: hawaii; oahu; kailua; lanikai beach; swimming; snorkeling; catamarans; attraction
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