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Keoniloa Beach (Shipwreck Beach)

Keoniloa Beach (Shipwreck Beach) Review

Few—except the public relations specialists at the Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa, which backs the beach—refer to this beach by anything other than its common name: Shipwreck Beach. Its Hawaiian name means "long beach." Both make sense. It is a long stretch of crescent-shape beach punctuated by stunning sea cliffs on both ends, and, yes, a ship once wrecked here. With its onshore break, the waters off Shipwreck are best for body boarding and bodysurfing; however, the beach itself is plenty big for sunbathing, sand-castle building, Frisbee, and other beach-related fun. The eastern edge of the beach is the start of an interpretive dune walk (complimentary) held by the hotel staff; check with the concierge for dates and times. Amenities: parking, showers, toilets; food and drink. Best for: surfing; walking; sunrise

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  • Address: Ainako Rd. Continue on Poipu Rd. past Hyatt, turn makai on Ainako Rd., Poipu, HI 96756 | Map It
  • Location: South Shore Kauai
Updated: 01-24-2014

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