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Queen's Bath

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Queen's Bath

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Kapiolani Loop, Princeville, Kauai, HI 96722
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It is super muddy on the walk down, so definitely wear shoes and clothes you don't mind getting muddy, but I thought it was super worth it! I would also recommend bringing a towel and some water shoes, if you want to jump (the rocks can hurt your feet)! The entrance to the
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My wife and I saw queens bath from one of the holes at the Princeville Golf Course. It was kind of on my list of one of the things to see while in Kauai but I have read where the advice is not to go as it is very dangerous and also hard to get to. While looking down at it I can
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Be sure the wear clothes and shoes you don’t mind getting muddy. And if it’s been exceptionally rainy it may be very difficult to get down this path. As it hasn’t rained much this week, there was mud and we were filthy but it was doable. Trek down is harder than the trek up due
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We intended to walk down to Queen’s Bath from where we were staying in Princeville. The area is beautiful but after talking to many locals along the way, they strongly recommended we not go all the way down to Queen’s Bath (and actually said the trail is closed) as it can be
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A visit in early March led to a super muddy trail. I slipped and slid down one part. You need to Grab a walking stick at the top. Wear shoes you can trash or tight fitting sandals. You will be really, really muddy. I don’t recommend taking kids unless they are super tough. It
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