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Lawai Beach

Lawai Beach
Snorkeling, Sunbathing, Surfing, Body Boarding, Kayaking, Beach Weddings
Lawai Beach
Public Restrooms, Roadside Parking, Public Parking (Limited), Public Showers (Cold), No Lifeguard, Paved Road

Lawai Beach - Kauai

This beach fronts the Lawai Beach Resort and the Beach House Restaurant. Sometimes this is called the Beach House Beach. The Beach House restaurant is reason enough to visit this beach. But make sure you make reservations far in advance of your trip and try to time your meal with the sunset, they are amazing.

This beach is a popular surf and body boarding spot. If you don't wish to participate, you can watch from the shore, or the grass area next to the beach house. Look for experienced surfers catching waves past the reef.  Snorkeling can also be good here (small pool near the rock wall) when the ocean is calm and the water clear. Turtles and seals are common here also.

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Map & Directions

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Parking can be difficult if you go at peak times. There is a small lot and some roadside spots. However if you continue down the road, you can find room on the shoulder or in the parking lot by Keiki Cove. Park here and walk back. If you eat at the Beach House, there is also valet parking available.

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Lawai Beach Safety

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This beach has harsh conditions and shorebreak that lands on rocks.