Queen's Bath, Kohala Coast
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Great views on the way down. We did not make it down to the swimming hole because some people recently died there but we did make it down to take a glimpse of the pool and it was beautiful. Definitely... read more »
Awesome place!..the scenery is impressive ..its challenging to get there specially today is raining ..highly recommended to use water shoes instead of tennis shoes, great water hole you can jump from ... read more »
This Queens Bath is the one on the Big Island of Hawaii. Not the one that is on Kauai. It is a lava tube filled with fresh water and goat droppings all around it. Way different than the one on Kauai. ... read more »
I wish people stop giving this place a high rating then add fine print stating be careful. It's a plain fact: more people die here than any other beach on the island. This is not a safe place to go as most people do not have the knowledge to assess its safety. Kauai has so many other beautiful beaches. There are literally miles of sand waiting for you to explore and most if not all of them are generally safer than Queen's Bath. Please don't risk your life, your safety just to visit this location.
We went in August, did our research about when the tide would be low on the north shore, and had a blast. The pool was calm, we didn't put our back to the ocean, we were watching for rogue waves. We even did some small jumps from the lava rocks, it was a lot of fun. We stuck around for the sunset, highly recommended. Parking wasn't an issue, there are about 10 spots, and we went late in the day. The trail was very muddy, don't bring flip flops.
Beautiful place ON A CALM day..please check conditions before going down the trail. I live on Kauai and I have posted guerilla signage at various northshore locations warning our visitors about the dangers. I put up cation tape ad signs and last winter Many folks ignored them. A father who was traveling with his family drowned, washed out by HUGE waves. You cannot tell till you are already there. Summer is generally good, but check conditions. Tread Lightly On Kauai and have great memories.
Very cool place to watch the waves crashing up on the rock faces. Lots of turtles swimming and feeding here. The queens bath of nice to swim in. Safe and calm for small children too.
Great spot. Be careful tho. The ocean is unpredictable and at high tide can be extremely dangerous. I would go before high tide. Check tide times! Can be slippery walking down so wear shoes!
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