Kalapaki Beach

Kalapaki Beach offers great opportunities for swimming, learning how to surf, boogie boarding, and stand-up paddle board. The beach is situated close to Kauai Hotel Marriott Resort, and partially shielded from the open ocean by a break wall it is a great location for sunbathing, relaxing or playing volleyball - or just watching outrigger canoes moor in Nawiliwili Harbor.

Take a picnic lunch with you and enjoy a refreshing shaving ice. Then, enjoy a relaxing day at the shore on Kalapaki Beach. There are hotels for rent, surfboards as well as stand-up boards, Catamaran rentals shacks close by along with surfboard classes that are offered all year long in this beachfront location.

Facts about Kalapaki Beach

Location: Nawiliwili, Kauai, Hawaii
Parking: Available nearby
Access: Easily accessible from main roads
Dangers: Strong currents, occasional high surf
Amenities: Restrooms, showers, picnic areas, nearby restaurants and shops
Activities: Swimming, surfing, snorkeling, beachcombing, paddleboarding
Scenic Qualities: Stunning views of the ocean, nearby mountains, and lush greenery
Wildlife and Natural Features: Sea turtles, tropical fish, coral reefs, palm trees
Cultural or Historical Significance: Once a favored fishing spot for Hawaiian royalty
Seasonal Information: Best visited during summer for calmer waters, but can be enjoyed year-round
Family Friendliness: Suitable for families with children, but caution is advised due to strong currents
Nearby Attractions: Kalapaki Bay, Nawiliwili Harbor, Kauai Marriott Resort

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