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Investigate some of Hawaii’s most incredible natural wonders, including the Napali Coast, Waimea Canyon and Wailua River. Explore welcoming small towns like Hanapepe, Koloa, Waimea, Kapaa and Hanalei, and discover pristine stretches of sand at Poipu Beach Park and other stunning beaches. This section is your guide to all the amazing things to do on Kauai.
Kauai Bound is a locally owned snorkel, golf, underwater camera, and beach rental and retail shop located in Lihue at Anchor Cove Shopping Center. We carry quality dry snorkels with silicone masks, new Wilson golf sets, underwater cameras, and more!
Experience an Island adventure like none other. Explore private waterfalls in a tropical jungle setting with our fun tour guides. Our bucket-list-worthy adventures include the adrenaline-pumping Waterfall Rappel tour or walk under a waterfall on our Waterfall Swim & Hike tour.
Enjoy the beauty of Kauai with Aloha on an Earth friendly Electric Bicycle! Eco e-bikes are whisper quiet, and as effortless as you want them to be. Our bikes are ”pedal assist” which means you can pedal, or simply push a button and go, or anywhere in between!
Our concierge has over 20 years of experience assisting visitors with their Kauai Helicopters reservations. We offer premier helicopter tours at discounted rates and are committed to maintaining quality customer service.
Kauai's newest 18 holes, Puakea Golf Course, is a spectacular experience. Framed by the Pacific Ocean, Mount Haupu and the tropical landscape that served as the set for Jurassic Park, Puakea treats golfers to magical Kauai golf.
Welcome to DEEP SEA FISHING KAUAI, the original “Ultimate Hawaiian Fishing Adventure.” Kauai is a magnificent fishing destination uniquely suited for the outdoor enthusiast, our remote location and deep waters provide easy access to the world’s most powerful game fish.
Kukui Grove Center and Kukui Marketplace is Kauai’s largest lifestyle center destination. The 50-acre open-air Center features over 50 stores and restaurants.
Spanning 240 acres, Na 'Aina Kai is a living mosaic of diverse gardens, a hardwood plantation, a moss- and fern-draped canyon, a tranquil meadow and pristine sandy beach. Gracing the gardens and wild areas are more than 200 bronze sculptures.
Kaua`i Backcountry Adventures offers one-of-a-kind experiences on private lands. Traverse a lush mountainside via 7 exhilarating ziplines, to a tropical valley below. Tube the plantation irrigation system through canals and tunnels dug circa 1870.
Kilauea Point Natural History Association (KPNHA) is the 501(c)(3) non-profit friends group which supports the conservation, education, and preservation work of the Kauai National Wildlife Refuge Complex - including Kilauea Point NWR, Hanalei NWR and Huleia NWR.