Alekoko
According to legend, the Menehune built Alekoko Fishpond on Kauai's Southeast shore in one night.
Canoe Padding on Kauai
Canoe, sail, surf, kayak, snorkel, and even go mountain tubing on Kauai, an island that offers a water adventure for every visitor.
Christ Memorial Episcopal Church, Kilauea, North Shore
Located on the North Shore, the Christ Memorial Episcopal Church is known for its beautiful stained glass windows and a cemetery with graves dating over 100 years.
Coconut Coast
Kauai's East Side is sometimes called the Coconut Coast for the groves of coconut palms that grow in its lovely resort areas.
Deep Sea Fishing on Kauai
Whether you're chartering a boat or fishing from shore, Kauai is ideal for both deep sea and freshwater fishing.
Family Fun on Kauai
Create unique Hawaii memories to share with your children as you explore the many attractions and activities of Kauai.
Fern Grotto
The Fern Grotto is a beautiful lava-rock grotto covered with hanging ferns, popular for weddings.
Flower Lei
A Hawaiian lei is a wreath of flowers given to welcome, to congratulate, and to say goodbye. You may receive a lei at a traditional Hawaiian luau.
Grove Farm Homestead Museum
Founded in 1864, this 100-acre sugar plantation museum in Lihue provides a fascinating look into Kauai's plantation past.
Hanalei Bay
The historic Hanalei Pier was built in 1892 and has long been a favorite gathering place for local residents who go there to fish, swim, and play music on Hanalei Bay.
Hanalei Pier at Sunset
The historic Hanalei Pier is a special place to watch a Kauai sunset. In 1957, the pier became world famous when it was featured in the classic film, "South Pacific".
Hanalei Town
Timeless Hanalei Town is home to taro farms, art galleries, and the Hanalei Pier overlooking beautiful Hanalei Bay.
Hanapepe Town
Known as "Kauai's biggest little town," charming Hanapepe Town is the art capital of Kauai.
Hawaii Regional Cuisine
Hawaii Regional Cuisine inventively blends Hawaii's freshest flavors with the cuisine of the world.
Hiking on Kauai
From the Kalalau Trail to Kokee State Park, hiking is a great way to see the island's natural splendor first-hand.
Horseback Riding in Poipu
Experience the beautiful bluffs and beaches of Kauai on a guided horseback tour.
Horseback Riding in Poipu
Experience the beautiful bluffs and beaches of Kauai on a guided horseback tour.
Hula on Kauai
See authentic hula throughout Kauai at seasonal festivals, competitions, luau, and live performances at hotels and resorts.
Hula on Kauai
Hula preserves and perpetuates the stories, traditions, and culture of Hawaii. Kauai legends tell stories of hula beginning on the islands of Kauai and Molokai.
Hula on Kauai
Hula preserves and perpetuates the stories, traditions and culture of Hawaii. Kauai legends tell stories of hula beginning on the islands of Kauai and Molokai.
Hula on Kauai
Hula preserves and perpetuates the stories, traditions and culture of Hawaii. Kauai legends tell stories of hula beginning on the islands of Kauai and Molokai.
Kalalau Lookout, Kokee State Park
The Kalalau Lookout in Kokee State Park offers commanding views of the Kalalau Valley stretching out to the sea.
Kauai Artists capture the colors of the Island
From Hanapepe to Hanalei, see how Kauai inspires its artists by visiting the island’s art galleries and museums.
Kauai Beaches
50 miles of white sand beaches surround Kauai, offering picturesque spots for swimming, snorkeling and sunbathing.
Kauai Beaches
50 miles of white sand beaches surround Kauai, offering picturesque spots for swimming, snorkeling and sunbathing.
Kauai Gardens
Kauai is known as “The Garden Isle,” Kauai’s rich landscape offers some of Hawaii’s most beautiful botanical gardens.
Kauai Golf
From Princeville to Poipu, there are 10 amazing golf courses at seven venues on Kauai.
Kauai Honeymoons
Begin your life together on Kauai, surrounded by romantic opportunities at every turn.
Kauai Lagoons Golf Course
From Princeville to Poipu, there are 10 amazing golf courses at seven venues on Kauai.
Kauai Land Adventures
Kauai’s scenic landscapes offer a variety of land adventures including ATV riding, hiking, horseback riding and even ziplining.
Kauai Luau
A grand celebration of food, entertainment and Polynesian culture, no first-time visit to Kauai is complete without experiencing a luau.
Kauai Nightlife
Seek out Kauai’s nightlife at hotels, resorts, shopping centers and marketplaces where visitors can find live entertainment and fine dining.
Kauai Resort
From Princeville to Poipu, Kauai resorts offer world-class amenities, amazing restaurants, spas and golf courses.
Kauai Romance
Romantic escapes are easy to find on Kauai with a wide range of special locations and memorable activities to share.
Kauai Shopping
From small shops in Koloa Town to the marketplaces of Kapaa Town, Kauai offers a shopping experience for every visitor.
Kauai Weddings
Your special day deserves a special place and Kauai provides the perfect setting for the destination wedding of your dreams.
Kauai Wellness & Rejuvenation
The beauty of the Garden Isle only heightens the unique wellness and rejuvenation opportunities found in Kauai.
Kayaking the Wailua River
Paddle down the gentle Wailua River in east Kauai, one of the few navigable rivers in Hawaii. Hawaiian royalty once resided in this area.
Ke Ala Makalae Bike Trail, East Side
Flat roads and a lack of big hills make it easy to take a scenic bike ride around Kauai.
Kilauea Lighthouse
Kilauea Lighthouse, on Kauai’s northernmost tip, is a wildlife refuge offering amazing views.
Kilohana Estate
In south Kauai you'll find the former sugar plantation known as Kilohana. Built in 1935, Kilohana's 35 acres is now home to gardens, shopping, dining, and entertainment.
Koloa Heritage Trail
Koloa Heritage Trail, on Kauai’s south shore, spotlights significant cultural, historical and geological sites.
Limahuli Garden and Preserve
Located in the lush North Shore of Kauai, Limahuli Gardens covers 1,000 acres, three distinct ecological zones and is home to early traces of early Hawaiian culture.
Live Music on Kauai
You’ll find live music venues throughout Kauai in restaurants, lounges and in the island’s fine hotels and resorts.
Live Music on Kauai
You’ll find live music venues throughout Kauai in restaurants, lounges and in the island’s fine hotels and resorts.
Manawaiopuna Falls (Jurassic Park Falls)
For decades, movies and television shows have used Kauai as the stunning backdrop for their epic stories, from “South Pacific” to “Jurassic Park.”
Mountain Tubing on Kauai
Take to Kauai’s historic waterways in a mountain tube and discover a whole new way to access the island's tropical interior.
Napali Coast
The sheer cliffs of the Napali Coast soar over the north shore of Kauai. The best way to experience Napali is by hiking, taking an air tour or boat excursion.
Napali Coast
The Napali Coast is a breathtaking coastal range that can only be accessed by hiking, sea tour or air tour.
Nounou Mountain (Sleeping Giant)
Stare at the ridge called Sleeping Giant and with a little imagination you can make out what looks like a human figure lying on his back.
Nounou Mountain (Sleeping Giant)
Stare at the ridge called Sleeping Giant and with a little imagination you can make out what looks like a human figure lying on his back.
Olk Koloa Town
Old Koloa Town, in south Kauai, is a charming shopping area with a historic plantation past.
Opaekaa Falls
With a convenient roadside lookout, Opaekaa Falls is one of Kauai's most accessible major waterfalls.
Pink Plumeria Blossom
Kauai is known as “The Garden Isle,” Kauai is blessed with beautiful tropical flowers found in some of Hawaii’s best botanical gardens.
Poipu Beach Park
Poipu Beach Park, on Kauai’s South Shore, was once voted “America’s Best Beach.”
Princeville
The North Shore is home to the upscale resort area of Princeville where you can indulge in world-class hospitality and play at premier golf courses.
Sky Adventure
The Napali Coast is a breathtaking coastal range that can only be accessed by hiking, sea tour or air tour.
Snorkeling at Makua Beach
Makua Beach, also known as “Tunnels Beach,” is just one of the amazing beaches found along Kauai’s North Shore.
Snorkeling on Kauai
Beyond Kauai’s flourishing gardens, the island offers a wide range of snorkeling and scuba spots to explore under the sea.
Spouting Horn
Spouting Horn Park features a blowhole that’s one of the most photographed spots on Kauai.
Surfing On Kauai
From Hanalei Bay to Poipu Beach watch Kauai’s surfers or take a surfing lesson of your own.
Swimming off the Napali Coast
Whether you’re sailing off the Napali Coast or mountain tubing in Lihue, Kauai is an island that offers a water adventure for every visitor.
Taro (Kalo in Hawaiian)
Taro (Kalo in Hawaiian) is a heart-shaped plant that is used to make poi, a Hawaiian staple starch. Take a taro farm tour in the beautiful green fields of Hanalei Town.
The Majestic Cliffs on the Napali Coast
Whether you’re sailing to the Napali Coast or taking a sunset catamaran cruise, exploring Kauai’s seas by boat is unforgettable.
Tunnel of Trees, Maluhia Gardens
Drive down Maluhia Road and you'll find yourself covered in a canopy of tall eucalyptus trees. The "Tree Tunnel" leads you from Old Koloa Town to the sunny beaches of Poipu.
wailua Falls
Wailua Falls is an easily accessible, 80-foot-high waterfall located north of Lihue.
Wailua Falls
Wailua Falls is an easily accessible, 80-foot-high waterfall located north of Lihue.
Wailua River
Kauai has the only navigable rivers in Hawaii, and the Wailua River is one of the most popular.
Wailua River
Paddle down the gentle Wailua River in east Kauai, one of the few navigable rivers in Hawaii. Hawaiian royalty once resided in this area.
Wailua River Kayaking
Kauai has the only navigable rivers in Hawaii, and the Wailua River is one of the most popular.
Waimea Canyon
Waimea Canyon, on Kauai’s west side, is appropriately nicknamed “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific.”
Waimea Canyon
Nicknamed the “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific,” the Waimea Canyon Lookout gives you panoramic views of this 3,600-foot deep natural wonder.
Waimea Town
A statue of Captain James Cook, who first landed in Hawaii at Waimea Bay in 1778, can be found in the center of this historic seaport town.
Waioli Huiia Church, Hanalei
In front of the Waioli Mission House is the old Waioli Huiia Church, founded in 1834. Its green shingles and stained glass windows are a symbol of Hanalei.
Waioli Mission House and Church
Waioli Mission House and Church are Hanalei landmarks, giving a glimpse of what Kauai was like in the early 1800s.
Whale Watching on Kauai
From December to May, go on a whale watching tour or spot humpback whales from Kauai’s southern beaches and coastal areas.
Ziplining on Kauai
Soar up to 35-miles an hour above Kauai’s lush valleys, streams and rain forests on an exhilarating zipline tour.
Kiahuna Golf Club
Puakea Golf Course
Ryuji Imada
Wailua Golf Course