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Saltwater Lagoon & Beach

Enjoy a tropical adventure at Hilton Waikoloa Village’s very own salt-water lagoon and white-sand beach. Teeming with tropical fish and rare green sea turtles (called honu in Hawaiian), the four-acre ocean fed lagoon is a protected oasis perfect for snorkeling and swimming.

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A Paradise Within a Paradise – The Lagoon at our Big Island Hotel

Situated on a rugged stretch of Big Island lava coastline, Hilton Waikoloa Village features a unique, ocean-fed lagoon with its own white sand beach. Rent kayaks, pedal boats, stand-up paddle boards or water trikes and see colorful reef fish and green sea turtles (or honu in Hawaiian). Explore an undercover world while snorkeling, or simply laze around in a hammock.


Lagoon Toys

From pedal boats to paddle boards, kayaks and snorkeling gear, the lagoon beach shack has almost everything you need for a day of fun on the lagoon.

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Relax for the day in your own personal cabana at Kona Pool or the Main Lagoon.

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Take a twenty-minute coastal walk to Anaeho'omalu Bay, a popular salt and pepper sand beach with a coconut grove of swaying palms and shade from the Pacific sun.

Known for its colorful sunsets and water sports, "A-Bay" is perfect for snorkeling and swimming (equipment available for purchase). Inland from the beach is an ancient Hawaiian fishpond once used to raise mullet for the Ali'i (Hawaiian royalty), including King Kamehameha. 

Guest Activities

Hilton Waikoloa Village has you covered for all your beach, pool and lagoon activities! Need a mask and snorkel? No problem, we sell them! Or maybe try our stand-up paddle boards! We offer Kayak, Boogie Board, Paddle Surf Board rentals and more.

 Care For Marine Mammals & Sea Turtles (Honu)


  • Please quietly observe turtles from a distance allowing them a clear route to deeper water.
  • Never entice marine wildlife to approach you.
  • Do NOT attempt to touch, ride or FEED turtles.
  • Remain at least 100 yards from humpback whales, and at least 50 yards from other marine mammals (dolphins, other whale species, and Hawaiian monk seals.)
  • Disturbing wildlife interrupts their ability to perform critical functions such as feeding, breeding, nursing, resting or socializing. Please keep your distance.



  • Do NOT swim with wild spinner dolphins.
  • Please do NOT chase, surround or closely approach marine mammals.
  • Be careful not to surprise marine wildlife. Loud noises and abrupt movements can startle and stress wildlife, which can react unpredictably, harming them or you.
  • Dispose of trash properly. Monofilament fishing lines and other plastic items can entangle and kill marine wildlife. Animals can mistake plastic debris for food, which can be deadly.