Ko Olina is part of an original royal land division that extended from the waters off Pearl Harbor to the summit of the Waianae Mountains. The area was a sacred place used for rest and relaxation by Hawaiian chiefs, like Kakuhihewa, and Hawaiian royalty.
Complex of small lagoons at the seashore built to serve the resorts but free access with restrictions. If you are with your family is strongly recommended. Take your snorkel and then go straight to Paradise Cove luau which is next door. There watch the sunset.