While Oahu, I also visited a place that the locals call “Turtle Beach.”
There is not a lot of sea grass or algae in the water for the sea turtles of Oahu to eat. However, on Turtle Beach, there are several rocks that are covered in algae.
Every day at low tide, the turtles slide themselves out of the water, and come up onto the rocks to eat.
I was always led to believe that turtles are really awkward on land. However, these turtles seem to have no trouble at all scooting around.
You could even see turtles that were not up on the beach playing in the waves.
The lifeguard on the beach sets up a barrier to keep people from getting too close to the turtles, and you can’t go swimming in the water directly in front of where they come ashore.
However, it is magical to watch them from behind the barrier and enjoy seeing sea turtles in a whole new way.