Once a sugar mill town, Waialua is still a sweet place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city. This town is part of the North Shore community in Hawaii and is home to a range of pristine beaches. Visitors love soaking up the unique culture here, whether people-watching at one of the hip cafés or tucking into the world-famous Snow Puffies at a local bakery.
Waialua is home to a range of beautiful beaches and Mokuleia Beach Park is one of the most popular. The stunning white sand and turquoise blue sea draw in crowds of tourists every year, looking to relax and soak up the sun. Elsewhere, Aweoweo Beach Park is a little quieter but just as stunning.
If you're a history buff, learn about the past of Waialua at the Waialua Sugar Mill -- the mill is still standing but nowadays, is home to a range of shops.
The best time to visit Waialua is during the spring, summer and fall months of the year. Each season has its own charm.