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This is a small but nice beach with a reef protecting it from larger waves. There were a lot of things fallen from the trees into the sand so it was a bit difficult to find a comfortable spot. There are a lot of fish...More
Great snorkeling here! Nice beach with shade, and not very crowded. Good water visibility with lots of fish and underwater terrain. Even saw a turtle grazing on the ocean side of one of the coral tables! Overall my favorite snorkel spot on the island so...More
If you find Sharks Cove a little tough to get to, then the neighbouring beach of Three Tables Bay is an excellent spot to snorkel instead. The variety of fish was excellent, and there was superb visibility in the water. The beach gets fairly busy...More
This was our favorite beach while visiting Oahu. The snorkeling was great and easy to get to. You're right near Shark's Cove and there are some food trucks and places where you can rent equipment a short walk away. Plus, the day we visited it...More
This small cove/bay is a great place for snorkelers of all experience levels. The sandy beach provides easy access to the water. There is plenty of marine life here and neat underwater formations. If the ocean is calm, venture around the "tables" for the full...More
Everyone raves about Shark's Cove on Oahu's North Shore, but if you're a beginner then I highly suggest you try snorkeling at Three Tables first. It’s right next door to Shark's Cove. A beautiful, sandy beach provides easy, walk-in access into the water. The “three...More
The Three Tables area of Pupukea Beach is a great place to sit and watch the amazing power of the ocean splash up over and onto the huge rock formations in the area. We enjoyed it so much that we stopped by two different times!...More
We found this beach by accident. We were driving along looking for a place to have a picnic that had a sea view and noticed the Picnic tables. The beach is located 4 miles north of Haleiwa town.
After getting out of the car we...More
Named for the three flat-top rocky reefs that are visible at low tide, this beach is a heaven for skin divers and snorkelers because the Three Tables provide homes for all kinds of marine life and provide shelters from North Shore waves so it's fairly...More