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poipu beach
Beaches Soak up the sun or splash in the surf at these popular spots. Kauai offers the best of both worlds, with family-friendly "pools" for children to play away the day, and straight-from-the-shore whale-watching and sea turtle spotting.
kokee state park
Parks Lush greenery, entrancing seascapes & picturesque picnics await. The parks on Kauai can be both serene and activity-filled, with hiking and plum picking available in one park, shore fishing and ancient sea caves in another. If quiet is what you seek, relax in a grove of mangos and bird-watch.
kokee state park
Historical Sites & Museums A museum, a lighthouse, military fort ruins and a sleep little town: all offer peeks into Kauai's rich history. Learn about plant life, visit a sea bird sanctuary, view relics of a Russian design, or visit with locals at a ukelele concert.
opaekaa falls
Waterfalls & Caves "Fantasy Island" comes to life on Kauai, where the show's famous opening was filmed, and where you'll find hidden waterfalls, cascading streams and a certain exotic cave framed by rings of wild fern.
kauai coffee
Gardens & Farms Kauai's rich history in plantations and farms delivers an eclectic mix of options for island guests. Choose from learning about taro grown in lava rock terraces, self-guided tours of coffee estates, or a museum that takes you back to the heydays of a sugar plantation.
Waimea Canyon
Scenic Lookouts From deep canyons and awe-inspiring mountain tops to the salty spray of the Pacific, Kauai's sight-seeing evokes both the Grand Canyon and the humpback whale. Visit Spouting Horn to catch the lava tubes, and Waimea Canyon for its stunning views at 3,600 feet.