Queen's Bath


A gorgeous sight and one of the most dangerous spots on the island. Drownings are all too common here.

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Nearby Princeville attractions

1. Pali Ke Kua (Hideaways) Beach

0.59 MILES

Hideaways Beach, also known as Pali Ke Kua, is a cove notched beneath the Princeville cliffs, with a short strand of golden sand and turquoise shallows…

2. SeaLodge Beach

0.65 MILES

Accessed via a steep ten-minute hike from the eponymous condos, exquisite SeaLodge Beach – officially Kaweonui Beach – is a short stretch of coarse…

3. Puʻu Poa Beach

0.97 MILES

Lovely little Pu‘u Poa Beach stands immediately below the Princeville Resort, on the edge of Hanalei Bay. It’s a great spot for family swimming and…

4. Hanalei Plantation Road Lookout

0.99 MILES

This spectacular overlook commands views over not only the Hanalei River and its valley, but also the bay and its beaches. To reach it, simply follow…

5. Black Pot Beach Park (Hanalei Pier)

1.28 MILES

The short easternmost stretch of Hanalei Bay, alongside the rivermouth, usually offers the calmest surf among the wild North Shore swells, and is popular…

6. Hanalei Valley Lookout

1.38 MILES

Immediately west of the Princeville Center, a roadside overlook offers a superb panoramic view over verdant Hanalei Valley, with Hihimanu Mountain…

7. Hanalei Bridge

1.47 MILES

This attractive one-lane bridge is the only crossing over the Hanalei River, east of town. When it’s closed due to flooding or construction, there’s no…

8. Hanalei Pavilion Beach Park

1.67 MILES

Pretty much at the center of Hanalei Bay, this scenic beach park commands a white-sand crescent just made for walking or jogging. Waters are typically not…