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The island of Kauai is famed for its beautiful outdoors, activities for all kinds of thrills, and incredible Hawaiian culture.  Although referred to as the ‘Garden Island’ due to the amount of rainforest here, Kauai is also known for its breathtaking beaches. Boasting pristine shores of golden sands, turquoise waters, and endless snorkeling and dive …

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Tucked around the corner from beautiful Haena Beach Park on Kauai’s North Shore, Cannons Beach provides even more beach and more scenery on a secluded stretch that eventually connects to Ke’e Beach. Cannons Beach starts at the rocky outcropping on the west (left) end of Haena Beach. The rocks are a popular spot for exploring. …

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Sealodge Beach (officially Kaweonui Beach) is a small, little-publicized beach on Kauai’s North Shore that is reminiscent of the more famous nearby Hideaways Beach. The beach, which sits below the Sealodge condos in Princeville, is approximately 300 feet long and is backed by a bluff with lush vegetation. An extensive reef sits just offshore and …

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We regret to inform you that Hanamaulu Beach should be avoided for tourists due to crime and neglect. It is the only beach on Kauai where we give such a recommendation. Instead, we recommend nearby Kalapaki Beach. Very near the Lihue Airport, forgotten Hanamaulu Beach Park sits unnoticed below the hustle and bustle of the …

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Brennecke’s Beach, located at the east end of Poipu Beach Park on the island of Kauai, is a popular body boarding and body surfing spot with consistently adequate waves. The crescent-shaped cove in the South Shore of Kauai has lava rocks for sides, but a sandy, mostly rock-free bottom and beach in the middle. The …

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No matter where you are staying, you need to make sure you visit Poipu Beach. It’s by far one of the best beaches in all of Kauai. It has several beach sections along its path, and the water shows a rainbow of blues you have never seen before. It goes from light blue to aqua …

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Waioli Beach Park is a distinct section of the beach at Hanalei Bay known for its Ironwood trees, green grass and surf culture. Also known as Pine Trees Beach, this is where Andy Irons and his brother learned to surf, and the beach continues to attract the local surfer crowd. Tributes to the late Andy …

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Hideaways Beach is a beautiful, secluded beach near the St. Regis Princeville Resort (renamed 1 Hotel Hanalei Bay) that is tucked under a 200-foot bluff below the Puu Poa Condos and Pali Ke Kua Condos. With both a sliver of golden sand and plenty of shade, Hideaways Beach is a great place to relax. It’s …

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