Secret Beach, off the beaten path, on the breathtakingly scenic northern coast of Kauai, are rare and special places where your own footprints may be the only ones there. On Kauai, known as the “Garden Island,” the oldest and northernmost of the four main islands that make up Hawaii, a mere 3% of the land is developed—leaving visitors ample opportunity to explore and savor the island by themselves.
View the Secret Beach location on our Kauai Map
Kauai’s interior is beautifully pristine and exceedingly diverse. Between the 3,567-foot depths of Waimea Canyon, stretching 14 miles across the western end of the island, and the 3,000-foot high mountain peaks that rise up from the ocean floor, are miles of wild, tropical beauty. Kauai’s dazzling scenery has provided the backdrop for more than 50 motion pictures and television shows including South Pacific and Jurassic Park.
Kauai’s weather is close to perfection, with year-round daytime temperatures ranging from the mid-70s to mid-80s. The northeast tradewinds provide refreshing breezes and rain showers generally occur over the mountainous regions during the night or early morning.
A recreation-lover’s dream, Kauai has nearly limitless opportunities to golf, hike, swim, snorkel, scuba dive, windsurf, horseback ride, fish and camp. For the visitor with a more leisurely pace in mind, the island’s 43 white sand beaches and sparkling azure waters hypnotically beckon. Kauai’s five major resorts, which include renowned Princeville just 10 minutes from Secret Beach Hideaway, offer a wide range of shopping, dining and cultural activities.
Transportation to and around Kauai is plentiful. Direct flights from Los Angeles and San Francisco land at Lihue Airport. Kauai is just a 25 minute jet flight from Honolulu. We recommend renting a car for maxiumum enjoyment of the island.