Ke'e beach, sunset, Kauai, Hawaii. Photo: Gerald Prickett. Image©www.thingstodot.com

Ke'e beach, sunset, Kauai, Hawaii. Photo: Gerald Prickett. Image©www.thingstodot.com

Ke'e beach is the last stop on Highway 56 and the last beach you can drive up to on the North Shore of the island of Kauai as the road ends here. It is also one of the most popular beaches in Kauai as it offers stunning views of the Na Pali coast especially at sunset time. The famous Kalalau Trail also begins here and snorkeling on the beach is one of the best on the island. However, one has to be very careful as the currents can be very strong and hazardous. Many people have drowned here. There is a forest along the beach that is great for taking pictures! Be sure to spray yourself with anti-bug spray before you go walking in the jungle. I got bitten by insects! Since the beach is so well-known, it is also very crowded. Parking lots are usually always full unless you come very early in the morning. 

Listed below are some facts about the beach:

1. Activities

Activities include swimming, snorkeling and beach combing.

2. Facilities

The beach is equipped with restrooms and showers.

3. Safety 

The beach is not so safe as the currents can be rather strong especially in the winter. 

4. Driving directions

It is located at the end of Highway 56 on the North Shore of Kauai. 

 Ke'e beach, forest, Kauai, Hawaii. Photo: Gerald Prickett. Image©www.thingstodot.com

Ke'e beach, forest, Kauai, Hawaii. Photo: Gerald Prickett. Image©www.thingstodot.com

 Ke'e beach, Kauai, Hawaii. Image©www.thingstodot.com

Ke'e beach, Kauai, Hawaii. Image©www.thingstodot.com

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