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All reviews small beach favorite beach great snorkeling tennis courts coarse sand kayak tour lovely beach valet parking steep climb st regis worth the effort paved trail secluded spot the reefs tunnels beach regis hotel a small parking lot
Alternative to closed queens bath, it’s near by-come out take a right and the beach lot is right before the guard shack on your right, the trail is along the fence in the parking lot! This is not somewhere anyone can go, it requires a...More
Secret Beach is near the Princeville St. Regis hotel. In fact we valet parked at the hotel and then embarked on the steep climb down to the beach. What a disappointment. The beach is very small and it was a lot of work to get...More
This is a private beach with access you can only get to if you are staying in Pali Ke Kua. The other half of hideaways that has public access is cut off from this half of the beach. Beautiful views. Almost no one around. Sometimes...More
This beach was by far our favorite beach that we visited on the island. It was spectacular! The pathway to the beach is very steep and if the ground is wet it could be very slippery. There is a rope to hang onto which helps...More
Staying in Pali Ke Kua Beach. The beach access is a very steep trail, which could be very dangerous when wet (slipping risk). When I got to the bottom of the paved trail, there was a nondescript picnic area, from which I found my way...More
Close to Princeville resort accessible via a beaten path and about 100 meters downhill slippery muddy hike down a hill (only a rope for support) Down hill is very treacherous uphill climb is easy.
What a reward for the effort. lovely crescent beach with soft...More
Took the concrete path in the condo complex to get down to the beach.. didn't swim but just walked around and gazed at the sea, the waves, and the volcanic rocks. No one else there.. super beautiful, transquil, relaxing place. But don't recommend for after...More
There were some concrete steps with a rope. When we went it was after it rained a lot so there was more mud than usual. Take your time and it will be worth the effort. Its beautiful. BTW. Hideaway Beach is much nicer... More
There were some concrete steps with a rope. When we went it was after it rained a lot so there was more mud than usual. Take your time and it will be worth the effort. Its beautiful. BTW. Hideaway Beach is much nicer than the beach at the St. Regis, and the water is much clearer
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AK24Mio did a great job of describing how to get there. The path down the cliff which can be rather slippery if it has rained a whole lot. After finding the beach, do be careful about entering the nearby stream after a big... More
AK24Mio did a great job of describing how to get there. The path down the cliff which can be rather slippery if it has rained a whole lot. After finding the beach, do be careful about entering the nearby stream after a big rainstorm even a few days before. Our son waded thru that water and contracted Leptospirosis which can be fatal if not caught in time. The feral pigs in the moutains are carriers of the disease and if one has a scratch, cut or gets the infected water in their eyes one can become very ill. We visited the beach after a 3 day rainstorm and our son waded thru the water showed symptoms after we returned to the mainland a couple of days later. Luckily, I called Kauai's Department of Health and asked them if there was any kind of disease going around. They asked if he had been in the stream (ocean water is fine) and when I said yes they said to get him to an infectuous disease specialist immediately as Lepto can be fatal or one can lose arms, legs and can die if not treated promptly. We were very lucky as we caught it just in time and he made a full recovery!