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The beach is a great secluded spot with spectacular views. However when we were there, there was tons of small flies in the sand. We wound up leaving because of it. Another family left as well because they were being bitten. If this is not...More
We went to Hideaway's Beach after visiting Queen's Bath as we had heard it's one of the island's best beaches. We took advantage of the free valet parking at the St. Regis as the (small) parking lot for the beach was full. The trail down...More
My husband and I just returned from our beautiful get away to u # 115. I feel compelled to write about this beautiful place because I’ve seen a few negative reviews.
This is the perfect location. The views from our ground floor unit were amazing....More
It is really a hideaway gem! We had valet parking since St Regis had very limited self-park slots. So you go through the narrow path by the parking lot and descend a steep trail with ropes as railings you can hold on to. It is...More
This is what Hawaii is about. It’s a bit treacherous getting down to the beach so definitely not for the little ones but once you get down there it is amazing. The trek down and back up is adventurous but the shady beach, the views...More
If it is rainy consider skipping this unless you are fit. The trail is really really bad in the rain - the ropes are there for a reason but if you have bad knees or no upper body strength then go somewhere else. And check...More
Why did we wait so long to see this hidden GEM. We were on the ST. Regis hotel side. There are two sides to the beach. There are only eight places to park then follow the trail down. A little hairy on a few parts...More
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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!
Princeville was not damaged as it is on a high plateau overlooking the ocean and a planned community with grading that channels rain water run off. Hanalei had flooding but most of Hanalei town is back up and running and the... More
Princeville was not damaged as it is on a high plateau overlooking the ocean and a planned community with grading that channels rain water run off. Hanalei had flooding but most of Hanalei town is back up and running and the stores and restaurants will welcome you. The beaches are beautiful and all cleaned up. The event was weekend of April 14 and one thing about the North Shore, they didn’t sigh and cry and wait for federal help. The people of the community worked to clean and remove wreckage and provide food and water and supplies. And rebuild. Bam!
Non residents are not being given access to areas past Hanalei because the highway is damaged and the Wainiha/Haena community are rebuilding. Sorry.