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Best things to do in Sharks Cove

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Natural Feature
“I haven't seen any sharks here but the tide pools and having a close up look at the sand crabs, and little fish is fun for the little ones. Snorkeling anyone?”
88 locals recommend
Grocery Store
“There's a coffee shop, deli and sushi counter for quick snacks to take to the beach!”
48 locals recommend
Surf Spot
“Unreal! We saw surfers rocking 40' waves! Amazing. DO NOT TRY TO SWIM HERE UNLESS YOU ARE INSANE OR A PROFESSIONAL! NO KIDS SHOULD BE ANYWHERE NEAR THIS WATER WITHOUT A TIGHT LEASH. THE RIPTIDE PULL GROWN MEN FROM THEIR FEET. Go to Turtle Bay just up the street for a swimming and family fun.”
51 locals recommend
Food Truck
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“Amazing lunch truck with some of the best food on the North Shore. Local Favorite”
19 locals recommend
Natural Feature
“World famous beach for surfing. Home to some of the biggest surfing contests in the world.”
15 locals recommend
Beach
“Our go to beach!! Best snorkeling on the north shore. easy shoreline access swell permitting. Remember, if in doubt don't go out!”
13 locals recommend
Park
“Mostly uphill, wear shoes, at the top you see great views of Pipeline Beach.”
12 locals recommend
Travel Agency
“This is a lovely hiking trail with beautiful foliage, nice sightseeing, and low sun exposure. keep in mind if it's rainy it can get quite slippery”
10 locals recommend
Real Estate Agency
“Best snorkeling on the island, rent your gear here 15 dollars and snorkel for free. If our gear is available, you are welcome to use.”
10 locals recommend
Beach
“Home of the infamous Banzai Pipeline surf spot. World class waves and excellent beach for people watching. During the winter, you can watch top talented surfers from all over the world here. Experts only!!”
5 locals recommend
Point of Interest
“Surfing Capital of the World and this is the epicenter. Crowded during the Winter with a vibe and buzz like no other.”
6 locals recommend
Beach
“A great place to snorkel for free during the summer months when the ocean is calm. Don't try it in the winter. Like lot's of place around the island it's a little tricky to find because it is not marked on a sign, just ask around as you drive toward the north shore”
7 locals recommend
Restaurant
3 locals recommend
Park
“Pupukea Marine Life Conservation is a white sand and lava rock beach with Three Tables, Shark’s Cove and Pupukea tide pools. Great for wading, exploring, snorkeling and shore scuba diving.”
5 locals recommend
Store
“The Coffee Bean & Tea Leaf is a wonderful place to get a refreshing drink and meet friendly people. It is located next to the Foodland supermarket and close to the beach. Open: 5 AM to 8 PM.”
3 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Food truck that usually parks by Sharks Cove. Usually open from 11-5 for lunch. The ingredients are extremely fresh and healthy, making it a great place for lunch!”
3 locals recommend