Kaua'i Beaches

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Kaua'i's Royal Coconut Coast and beyond

The Royal Coconut Coast on the East of the island (where you will find Courtyard Kaua'i on Coconut Beach) is where the ali'i is surfed. With over 20 beaches to explore across the island, each looking out onto clear blue Pacific waters, reefs and rare wildlife, you will always have plenty of places to relax. Bask in the gorgeous sunshine, stroll down the soft sandy beaches as the tide caresses your feet, and look out onto the horizon feeling at peace as you leave the stress of everyday life far far behind you. Make sure you stop at the beach to watch the sunset - it will take your breath away.

Beaches in East Kaua'i - The Royal Coconut Coast

Wailua Beach

One of the many beaches on the Royal Coconut Coast, Wailua Beach is practically on our doorstep. With the Wailua river feeding into it and producing powerful waves, this is the perfect spot for experienced surfers.

Kealia Beach

A little further afield, Kealia Beach is a hotspot for surfers and boogie boarders. The beach consists of half a mile of soft golden sand and beautiful clear waters. It's a great spot for jogging, dog walking, kite flying and bonfires.

Lydgate Beach Park

Learn to fish and snorkel on this gorgeous beach on the Royal Coconut Coast. With calm conditions throughout the year, this is the ideal place for a spot of swimming. You'll find a whole host of facilities here including a large playground for kids, covered picnic tables, bike paths and plenty of parking.

Kalapaki Beach

The natural harbor formed on the East side of the island is great for swimming, sailing, and surfing for all experience levels. With grassy areas and a long stretch of warm sand across the beach, it's the perfect hotspot for a day with your closest o'hana.

Explore other beaches in Kaua'i

  • Beaches in South Kaua'i

    Maha'ulepu (Kawailoa Bay)



    Usually sporting strong winds, this is a popular destination for windsurfing and kitesurfing. Even aside from water sports, this is a beautiful place to relax and enjoy the sun while on holiday in Hawaii.



    Shipwrecks (Keoneloa Bay)

    A great area to explore, Keoneloa Bay offers adventurers a great chance to discover rocky peaks and wildlife. You may recognise this beach from the scene in "6 Days and 7 Nights" where Harrison Ford and Anne Heche plunge off a cliff. Please note: this beach may not be suitable for children.



    Po'ipu Beach Park

    Po'ipu Beach Park offers a huge range of activities for the whole family including a protected area for swimming and snorkeling. During the winter months, while the North coast can be stormy and rough, Po'ipu Beach Park provides waters as calm as a swimming pool.

  • Beaches in North Kaua'i

    Kauapea (Secret Beach)

    One of the best kept secrets of Hawaii, Kuaupea Beach in North Kaua'i is a beautiful and peaceful place, perfect for relaxing. It is very remote so you will have to hike for 15 minutes to get to the beach, but because of this it is never crowded. Take a quiet dip in the clear waters and enjoy some time lying back on the soft golden sand and relaxing.



    Anini Beach

    With grassy areas and trees nearby, this tranquil beach provides the perfect location for a break from the sunshine. Home to Hawaii's largest coral reef, Anini Beach is a great spot for family time, paddling, swimming and fishing.

    Hanalei Bay

    Stroll along the 2 mile long stretch of white sand and magnificent mountains. Hanalei Bay is home to some of the most picture-perfect views on the whole island - be careful when entering the water though as the waves are powerful. World champion surfers call Hanalei Bay 'home' for a very good reason.



    Lumaha'i Beach

    Filming location of 'South Pacific', Lumaha'i Beach provides the perfect photo opportunity. Make sure to watch your step though, the currents are stronger here than anywhere else on Kaua'i Island and the beach itself is on a steep slope. Not suitable for families but the perfect hotspot for lone explorers and groups of friends.



    Makua Beach

    With incredible mountainous scenery, also found in the movie 'South Pacific', this beach has a lot more to offer than just a beautiful backdrop. Makua Beach is one of the best places on Kaua'i Island for snorkeling and is also a great place to watch highly skilled surfers at their best. With a shallow inner reef, this beach is perfect for families and little ones.

What our guests say

"Anything you need is located on or near this property and our family loved it! Beautiful beach, outstanding sunrise views and close to everything on the island."

Gus P - TripAdvisor Review

Adventures

From surfing and kayaking to exploring waterfalls and hiking, make the most of this beautiful island in a one of a kind vacation packed with adventures you will never forget.

Adventures in Kaua'i

Families

Whatever adventure your little explorers are looking for, they will experience the vacation of a lifetime here on Kaua'i Island, Hawaii.

Kaua'i for families

Nature

Covered in dense rainforests featuring all sorts of rare and beautiful wildlife, Kaua'i is also home to some of the most picture-perfect waterfalls in Hawaii.

Nature in Kaua'i

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