Wai Kai at Hoakalei

Almost too vast to be called a lagoon, Wai Kai defies categorization. A deep-blue jewel that sparkles with 300 million gallons of water, it’s among the largest man-made bodies of water on earth. And here, just about anything goes. Whether it’s sailing, canoeing, stand-up paddleboarding or learning the sport of windsurfing, the inland waters is destined to lure the athletic, the adventurous and those with a passionate zeal for the out-of-doors.»