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This has to be one of the most spectacular beaches in the world. We stumbled upon it, catching glimpses of it from higher up off a narrow road with minimal parking. You figure out how to get down a trail and there it is...secluded, beautiful...More
Stopped here twice on our vacation after watching the YouTube videos of the big waves crashing here. Google big waves Kauai and you can see for yourself. The waves were not that big this time but still fun to watch and the beach was not...More
We visited this beach in October on our last day of our trip. We had heard that waves were going to exceed 20 feet high! We were on our way to the Limahuli Garden Preserve and decided to check out this off-the-beaten-path beach.
This beach has a couple of entrances from the highway. There are no designated signs for the beach, so you have to know what you are looking for. I got the coordinates from Google Earth.
We went in November so the surf was roaring. It...More
My partner and I stopped by this beach on our drive back from the Napali Coast. I read that the beach was dangerous and not good for swimming, but super beautiful and worth stopping to check it out, even if just for a few minutes....More
Stopping by this beach is always a must-do when we come to Kauai! This is one of the largest, deepest beaches you'll see. Never feels crowded. Good for boogie boarding (but be careful, and make sure you feel confident in your swimming abilities!). No bathrooms...More
In the summertime the waves are strong but not as dangerous as the winter. This is a relatively secluded beach. We arrived around 8:30 in the morning in the summer and were the only people on the long beach. It was a little hard to...More
Parking is limited and there is no sign. One of the widest beaches I have ever been to. Long walk to the shoreline and sand can get dangerously hot so you must wear shoes. On the edge of the beach is a river where lots...More