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Best Beaches in Kauai

Kauai Beaches

Kauai, the Garden Isle, is home to some of the world's most beautiful and pristine crystal blue water and best beaches in Hawaii. From the golden sand beaches of Poipu and Hanalei Bay to the hidden coves and lush landscapes of Tunnels and Ke'e Beach, Kauai offers the perfect tropical vacation getaway for beach lovers.

Whether you're looking for world-class surfing, snorkeling, proposing to your loved one, hosting an intimate wedding, or just a peaceful place to relax and soak up the sun, Kauai has a beach that's just right for you. Discover why Kauai is known as one of the top destinations in the world and home to some of the best beaches to soak up the sun and create unforgettable memories

Adventure-seekers will be drawn to the surf beaches of the North Shore, where Southerly winds create perfect waves for all levels from beginner to expert. Travelers to the southern beaches can relax on the sandy shore and spot whales and sea turtles swimming by.

But before you pack your bags and visit our beautiful island, let's get familiar with some of the top beaches across Kauai to visit during our stay. And if you run out of ideas what to do when visiting Kauai's beaches, consider our Kauai vacation packages where you'll find our Aloha, Romance and Picnic packages perfect to make the most memorable stay you've ever experienced.

Are beaches in Kauai safe for swimming?

We know how excited you are for your upcoming trip to the tropical Hawaiian islands. You probably can't wait to indulge and relax on the beaches of Kauai and indulge in ocean activities. The ocean and beach conditions in HawaiĘ»i's are very unpredictable at times. Be mindful, and always use common sense before entering the rivers and oceans in Hawaii. It is NO JOKE! We do care about the safety of all visitiors and guests alike. Familiarize yourself well in advance on Hawaii Ocean Safety which constantly monitors the surf, wind, and reports from public safety officials that directly affect the conditions for the safety of Hawaiian beaches.