Ke’e Beach


Ask someone where Ke’e Beach is and they will tell you it’s at the “end of the road.” The road ends at Ke’e Beach and where the Napali Coast and the Kalalau Trail begins. This popular trail takes those adventuresome enough on the trails up and along the Napali Coast. You will find many cars parked here as the hike to the first beach has become a popular tourist attraction. So unless you are here early, plan on parking a short 1/4 mile away and walking to this beach. It is another gorgeous beach on Kauai’s north shore, with a view of the Napali coastline and perfectly set up for viewing the sunset. In the summer months, when the ocean is usually calm on this side of the island, the snorkeling and swimming in the natural lagoon here is a treat. But at other times it can be treacherous. So don’t take any chances if you are not an experienced water person. It is said that this is where the hula originated, and that it may be the most visited beach in Hawaii. There is a lifeguard, along with restrooms and showers.
Kee Beach
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Pros
Picturesque
Natural Lagoon
Lifeguard
Facilities
Cons
Limited Parking
Can be crowded
Can be rough
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my favorite ever
Favorite since my first plane ride at age 7. Rough during winter. so season matters.
March 23, 2017, 5:12 pm
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