Queen’s Bath, Kauaʻi, Hawaii. Found in the northern part of Kauai island, Queen’s Bath provides certainly one of the most unique swimming experiences you can think of. Naturally formed dam is the size of a couple big pools.
Fed by the ocean, Queen’s Bath enables to enjoy water here, since the rocky coastline might be too dangerous for the swimmers. A small waterfall streaming nearby provides freshwater to rinse off sand and salty water after the bathing.
Queen’s Bath is open during summer, since in winter the waves are too strong. Not only it would be dangerous to swim here, but you would hardly be able to find the Bath! The tourists are warned to wear a footwear for their own safety, because the rocks are slippery. The Bath is a ten minutes walk from a parking lot that can be reached from Highway 56.
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