There are very beautiful and charming sunrises and sunsets on the beach, and the locals are dancing cheerful hula dances.
The highlight of the afternoon is the Kalalau Lookout at the end of Highway 550 overlooking the world’s most spectacular natural landscape, Na Pali Coast. There is a gap in the road around Kauai. The gap to the east is Highway 56 and Kee Beach. On the west is Highway 50 and Kekaha Beach. In the middle is the magnificent Na Pali coastline. There are three ways of hiking, kayaking, and helicopter. The Kalalau Observation Deck is the end of the car and you can only look at the scenery from a distance. It is already very spectacular.
Kee Beach was once voted the best beach in the United States. Some people say it is a good place for snorkeling. However, the closed sign on the big wave beach in winter is totally unsuitable for snorkeling and swimming in the water is not recommended. Kee Beach is also the starting point of Kalalau Trail. The parking lot is very difficult to find. Many people park on the roadside outside the parking lot.