Explore Kauai’s beaches with the only iPhone app specifically created to help you find your perfect beach.
We have created a custom map to focus on Kauai’s beaches, as well as provided you with GPS to make it simple and stress free to figure out where you are, and where you want to go.
By touching on each pin, a pop-up comes up telling you the name of the beach, which color coding it falls under, the latest wave height from the ocean report, and what facilities are available.
Explore each beach further by clicking on the arrow on the pop-up to go to that beaches Beach Info page.
Search “Browse” by area on our map that divides the island into North, South, East and West, or alphabetically by clicking on “View All Beaches”.
Every “Beach Info” page has:
About the Beach: General beach information.
Facilities: Full list of available amenities.
Activities: Specific descriptions for swimming, snorkeling, bodyboarding, and hiking, if they are recommended for that beach.
Parking: Lets you know if ample parking is normally available, and if not gives recommendations on where to park.
History: An interesting section that covers everything from Hawaiian culture and historical events, to a popular television show.
Get Directions: One-tap access for driving directions from your location.
The “Weather” page has current conditions, and the next day’s forecast for each area of the island. Most weather reports are only taken from Lihue and Barking Sands airports, so we searched far and wide to bring you the most accurate reports from around the island.
The “Ocean Report” comes directly from Kauai Explorer, and is the best when it comes to accurate wave heights and warnings.
“Aloha Info” is a mini guide of general information.
*Especially check out the Vital Water Safety Info at the top before heading into the water. These basic water safety tips can and do save lives.
Safety: Color Coding, Ocean Safety, Beach Cautions, Sun Facts, and Siren Warning System.
Beach Extras: Child Friendly Beaches, and Camping.
Marine Life: Hawaiian Monk Seals, Hawaiian Green Sea Turtles, Dolphins, Humpback Whales, and Coral Reefs.
Going Green: At the Beach, Recycling, and Utilities.