It's the end of the road, literally. Like a portal to a far-flung place, Ke'e Beach remains the last sandy crescent accessible by car on Kauai's North Shore. A popular spot for snorkeling and swimming during summer's calmer seas, Ke'e's teal-colored waters stay protected by an enveloping reef. Here, locals and tourists gather for pumpkin-orange and purple sunsets year-round. Continue from Ke'e Beach to explore the rugged Na Pali Coast nearby on foot or by boat.
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