Waimanalo Beach Welcome

Waimanalo Beach

Hawaii is a premier tourist destination in the United States. Its rich culture and beautiful sites attract tourists from all over the world.  If you have plans of traveling here, one place you shouldn’t miss is Waimanalo Beach.

Waimanalo Beach is a small coastal town located in Honolulu, Hawaii.  It lies along the eastern half of Waimanalo Beach (the town has the same name with the beach).  In Hawaiian, the word “Waimanalo” means “protected precious waters“.  Actually, Waimanalo Beach is considered as a nautical town because parts of it are on the ocean or touch tidal bodies of water such as inlets and tidal rivers.  The town has a total area of 3.0 square miles and 45.56 percent of that is water.

Based on the 2000 U.S. Census, the town had a total population of 4,271. People who live in Waimanalo Beach come from different races and ancestries. The most prevalent race is Pacific Islander and Native Hawaiian. The most common language is English but some people also speak other Pacific Island languages.
As of 2000, the town had a per capita income of $16,089. Common occupations of residents are a combination of white- and blue-collar jobs. A large percentage of people living in Waimanalo Beach work in office and administrative support jobs.

The town of Waimanalo Beach is close to the city of Waimanalo.

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