Tag Archive: kauai beaches

Kauai’s Coconut Coast is where Hawaii’s first Royalty chose to live.

The Coconut Coast of Kauai, its east shore, is cleaved by the Wailua River, by far the largest in the state, and it was chosen above all other locales in the Islands to… Continue reading

Kauai’s Haena Beach: How sweeeeet it is!

The right moment at Haena Beach is one you will never forget.  It’s a couple miles from the end of the road on Kauai’s north shore. This couple is sitting at ‘Tunnels,’ one… Continue reading

Kauai’s Ke’e Beach: Inspiration Guaranteed

At the end of the highway on Kauai’s north shore—and at the beginning of the notorious Kalalau Trail—sweet Ke’e Beach can get killed with kindess on prime-weather days. The main parking lot gets… Continue reading

Secret Beach: one of Kauai’s hidden treasures

The northeast coast of Kauai—from Anahola to Princeville—has more than a dozen hike-to beaches, by far the best run of wild coast in Hawaii. One of the most scenic is Secret Beach near… Continue reading

Kauai’s Mahaulepu: A close-in getaway on the sunny south coast

Mahaulepu (ma-ha-oo-lep-oo) is only two miles from the Grand Hyatt along the resort strip of Poipu Beach. But the two miles is via a dirt road that is one ghastly pothole, which dissuades… Continue reading

Hanalei Pier: Kauai’s walk down Hollywood Boulevard

This view of the Hanalei Pier is taken from the far end of the beach from the St. Regis Hotel in Princeville—which is across a river mouth from the beach of Hanalei Bay.… Continue reading

A Kauai musical preview

Give a listen if you’re going to Kauai. Kauai Trailblazer is available on Amazon.com and BarnesandNoble.com or direct from the publishers, Trailblazer Travel Books. Aloha!

Hanalei Bay – the place to play

Walking Hanalei Beach, you’ll see shore-break surfers and joggers, and pass a number of beachfront homes, some of which are historical landmarks, and bed-and-breakfast cottages—all set among palm trees and gardens. If it… Continue reading