Discover a Hidden Beach Off the North Shore of Kauai

Tucked away, hidden carefully so only locals can find it, Sealodge Beach is the perfect secret getaway for anyone staying in Princeville on the Island of Kauai. You either need to be a local or make friends with a local to discover this beauty tucked away behind a few homes on the north side of Kauai. And I’ll give you an important hint now: Google Maps won’t really know how to get you there appropriately.

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As you look for this secret spot in a local neighborhood, you will see a trail tucked away in the trees that leads you quickly down a muddy, forest slope and out to the seaside. Especially going down, it’s important to hang onto the trees around you to keep yourself from sliding down the trail. From there, you follow a narrow, rocky path along the side of the water. And it’s important to stop here and admire the beauty of nature, of this natural rocky scope on the edge of the calm, blue waters. Finally, as you round around the island on the rocky, muddy trail, you will begin to see a serene little perfect beach slowly and magically reveal itself to you in the distance.

Sealodge Beach is a small, local beach that consists of a semi-circle of sand surrounded by a lush, tropical green jungle. The sand here is soft and full of shells. The greenery is indescribably vibrant, and the water is warm and inviting. Best of all, since it’s a pretty hidden beach, this gem is relatively ignored by the public and tourists, making it relatively private for you.

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There’s a cute rope swing dangling from one of the trees. There’s plenty of shade in the trees if it starts to downpour (which it regularly does in Kauai). And there’s true serenity. In my mind, a place like this only really existed in movies, but it was real. It was something beautiful I got to enjoy, and it became a spot for me to meditate at regularly, a place where I could connect with nature. In Hawaii, there is a lot of respect for the land. They say to give back to the land because it gives so much to you. With land as beautiful as this, there’s no way not to admire and respect it with your whole heart.

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If you’re in Kauai, I encourage you to follow in my footsteps and adventure out to find Sealodge Beach.

Malorie Mackey is an actress, published author, and adventurer. Malorie grew up in Richmond, Virginia where she loved sports, the outdoors, animals, and all forms of art. She took to acting at a young age, so it was no surprise when she decided to go to college for theatre. While in college, Malorie studied body movement with the DAH Theatre in Belgrade, Serbia, voice in Herefordshire, England with Frankie Armstrong, and the business of theatre in Buenos Aires, Argentina. Malorie moved from the East Coast to Los Angeles after receiving her BFA in Theatre Performance from Virginia Commonwealth University. Upon arriving in LA, Malorie participated in the Miss California USA 2011 Pageant where she won the “Friend’s Choice” Award (by popular vote) and received a beautiful award for it.

While living on the West Coast, Malorie accumulated over 40 acting credits working on a variety of television shows, web series, and indie films, such as the sci-fi movie “Dracano,” the Biography Channel show “My Haunted House,” the tv pilot “Model Citizen” with Angie Everhart, and the award-winning indie film “Amelia 2.0.”

Throughout her experiences, Malorie found a love for travel and adventure, having journeyed to over a dozen countries experiencing unique locations. From the lush jungles of the Sierra Madre mountain range to the Arctic Circle in Finnish Lapland, Malorie began adventuring and writing about her unique travels. These travel excerpts can be found on VIVA GLAM Magazine, in Malorie’s Adventure Blog, in Malorie’s adventure show: “Weird World Adventures” and in the works for her full-length travel book.

In 2022, Malorie was thrilled to become a member of the Explorer’s Club through her work on scientific travel. Her experiences volunteering on archaeological and anthropological expeditions as well as with animal conservation allowed her entry into the exclusive club. Since then, Malorie has focused more on scientific travel.

Malorie’s show “Weird World Adventures” releases on Amazon Prime Video in the Spring of 2024! Stay tuned as Malorie brings the strangest wonders of the world to you!

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