Anohola Beach







 Anohola Beach:

If you’re looking for a relaxing and scenic spot to enjoy the beauty of Kauai, you might want to check out Anahola Beach. This beach is located on the east side of the island, about 15 miles north of Lihue. It’s a long stretch of white sand that curves around a bay, offering stunning views of the ocean and the mountains.

Anahola Beach is a great place for swimming, snorkeling, surfing, and fishing. The water is usually calm and clear, thanks to a coral reef that protects the shore from the waves. You can see colorful fish and turtles in the water, and sometimes even dolphins or whales. The beach is also popular among locals who like to camp, picnic, or barbecue in the grassy area behind the sand.

One of the best things about Anahola Beach is that it’s not too crowded or touristy. You can find a quiet spot to relax and enjoy the sun, or chat with some friendly locals who might share some stories or tips with you. There’s also a small store nearby where you can buy snacks, drinks, or souvenirs.

Anahola Beach is a perfect blend of natural beauty and local culture. If you’re looking for a place to unwind and experience the aloha spirit, you should definitely give it a try.

Fun Facts about

Anahola Beach:

  • is a beautiful white sand fringed bay with good swimming and decent snorkeling most of the year due to an outlying protective reef.
  • is popular among the locals and often crowded on the weekends, with families picnicking and enjoying the beach.
  • is located on the east side of Kauai, in a local residential area that has a relaxed feeling away from the crowds of the south shore.
  • is one of the best spots on Kauai to see hundreds of different species of tropical fish.
  • has excellent facilities, including showers, restrooms, plenty of parking, and lifeguards on duty seven days a week during peak tourist season.
  • is situated in a bay sheltered by a large reef, creating calm waters and excellent snorkeling opportunities.
  • offers a stunning view of the mountains of Kalalea from the shore.
  • has a decisive shore break that can make swimming a little dangerous, so visitors should use caution near the old pier and at the mouth of the river.
  • has many trails to explore in the area for nature lovers.
  • has permitted camping available at Anahola Beach Park.

Directions To

Anahola Beach:

If you want to go to Anahola beach from Lihue, you can take the Kuhio Highway (Route 56) north for about 20 miles. You will pass through Kapaa and Anahola town. Look for a sign that says Anahola Beach Park on your right. Turn right onto Anahola Road and follow it until you reach the beach. Enjoy the sun and the sand!