Po’ipu Beach was voted one of the
“World’s Best Beaches” by Travel Channel
Located on the Hawaiian island of Kauai, beachfront to one of the sunniest spots known on the island, and with its literal Hawaiian meaning of “crashing waves” the beaches of Po’ipu are perfect for relaxation and adventure. From surf, to underwater sea caverns and coral reefs, to sandy spots to soak in the Hawaiian sun, the beaches of Po’ipu welcome all.
HEALTH & WELLNESS
- Rejuvenate your mind, body, and spirit at The Spa at Ko’a Kea. Drawing inspiration and utilizing indigenous ingredients from the natural landscape of Hawaii, The Spa at Ko’a Kea offers a variety of relaxing facials, massages, body treatments, and waxing. Unwind in the seaside cabana or one of five indoor treatment rooms including the romantic couple’s suite. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org to book.
- Stay on track with your fitness goals by using the fitness center’s treadmills, ellipticals, stationary bikes, free weights, yoga classes and more. Check the calendar or ask a concierge for fitness class offerings.
- Onsite activities coordinator offering an array of wellness programs including yoga, oceanside walks, fitness classes, and more.
- Wade amongst the flora and fauna at Ko’a Kea Resort & Spa’s exclusive saltwater pool and hot tub inspired by the natural surroundings with touchpoints of lava rock, palms, and colorful tropical plants. Guests are sure to experience the tranquility of the island with a dip into the pool while enjoying poolside service.
- Kauai is home to infamous waves and iconic surfing legends. Favorite surf spots on the island include Poipu Beach, Salt Pond, Allerton’s, Kukuiula Harbor, Davidson’s at Kekaha, Pakalas, Lawai Beach (also called P.K.’s Centers and Acid Drop), Shipwrecks Beach, Nawiliwili Harbor, Hanalei Bay, Tunnels Beach, and Cannons. Let our team at Hoku Watersports take you out for a surf lesson or take is easy with stand-up paddleboard rentals.
- Begin or end your evening in an oversized Adirondack chair beside the warm flames of the Ko’a Kea Fire Pits.
- An abundance of sites to scuba dive are located at various beaches are good for both beginners and experienced divers. Boat dives, night dives, and other dive tours offer plenty of sea life to discover with cave explorations and lava tubes. Explore the east and west shores, while those new to scuba are recommended to start on the north or south shores (Hanalei, Kee Beach, or Poipu Beach).
- Poipu Beach is one of the prime beaches for snorkeling on Kauai. Rent fins, a mask and snorkel from the on-site Hoku Watersports hut. Enjoy a specially designed tour of the Napali coastline to see sea caves, waterfalls, and other pristine wilderness areas.
- Hiking is a treasured way to tour the island’s pristine beaches and valleys with roughly 10 percent of the island accessible by road. Trails range from easy to challenging with notables trails including Kuilau, Moalepe, Kalalau, Waimea Canyon, Kokee, and Powerline.