Waipouli Beach is a small, public beach on Kaua’i’s east side. Waipouli is right alongside the Ke Ala Hele Makalae pedestrian and biking coastal path, making it a beautiful, convenient rest stop along your evening stroll or morning run.
Best for the Sunset and Wildlife
Waipouli isn’t the best place to swim because of its rocky bottom, but don’t let that discourage you from visiting. It’s a great place to watch the sunset after a meal or drink at any of the numerous restaurants nearby.
Waipouli Beach in Kauai also is a beautiful place to admire the wildlife that makes Hawaii so special. Monk seals love to rest here, and you may even be able to see a green sea turtle or two in the small cove at the south end of the beach. Public beach access is on the south end of the Waipouli Beach Resort.
What to Do Nearby Waipouli Beach
Waipouli Beach is a rest stop for bikers, walkers and runners on the Ke Ala Hele Makalae pedestrian and biking coastal path, which stretches along Kaua’i’s east coast. So while you’re on Kaua’i, if you’re looking for a great place to take a stroll or a morning run, consider this convenient path, which offers stunning views of the ocean. This might just be the most beautiful rest stop on the planet.
North of the beach is Waipouli Beach Park. Though it’s not as scenic as Waipouli, the beach park is a better swimming spot when the water is calm. There is a boat ramp and a pedestrian bridge that leads to Kapa’a Beach Park.
To eat, try Oasis on the Beach, a farm-to-table restaurant right on the waterfront. You’ll get delicious and fresh local foods with a killer view.
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