Kauai

Kauai also known as ‘The Garden lsland’ it’s the oldest island of the Hawaiian Islands. Kauai is a tropical lush island with beautiful beaches and scenery that will keep you coming back year after year.

The biggest attraction for visitors is the Waimea Canyon, here you can go hiking, mountain bike riding, horseback riding or even take an all-terrain vehicle tour. To the north you have the Na Pali Coast which is our absolute favorite. Here you can go sea kayaking or hiking along the Spectacular coastline for around twenty two miles, taking you from Kaulu Paoa Heiau to Kalalau Beach. Also, on the North Shore you will find the resort town of Princeville and Hanalei which is a fantastic place to learn how to surf or play on one of the many picturesque golf courses. Our all-time favorite destination is the St Regis hotel in Princeville, it has the most amazing view over the bay and toward the incredible towering cliffs, you could never tire of that outlook. On the east coast is the town of Wailua, a must do is to visit the Fern Grotto or kayak the Wailua River. Most visitor’s arrive in Kauai via Lihue Airport or Nawilliwilli Harbor on a cruise ship. To the south is the perfect family beach holiday town of Po’ipu with hotels and resorts located right on the Beach front. If you are using Airbnb for your accommodation and cherish your beauty sleep beware of the many Roosters which roam free on Kauai as they WILL wake you up VERY early each morning!

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Family

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If you are looking for your own ‘fantasy island’ experience make sure you take a drive to Wailua Falls. Another perfect spot for the family is Brennecke’s Beach where the kids can learn to surf. From here you can head off to Spouting Horn Beach Park to see two blow holes. The kids will love running across the swinging bridge at Hanapepe.

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Adventure

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Imagine flying in a helicopter with no doors over the Na Pali Coast and then into Waimea Canyon just after it has rained. Try scuba diving in caverns at Tunnels Beach. Maybe you could hike twenty two miles to Na Pali Coast along the Kalalau Trail or take a high flying ride at Koloa Zipline. You’ll get muddy or dusty on an ATV in the Waimea Canyon. Then you can wash it all off while learning to surf at Hanalei Bay where the view over the bay and toward the mountains is simply stunning, it will keep you coming back year after year.

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Couples

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Anahola Beach is a typical local Hawaiian beach where couples can come and hang loose and soak up the sun. The Fern Grotto is a popular spot for couples to say their wedding vows. The Hanapepe area including Ele’ele Numila have art galleries and gift shops with a difference including handmade local jewelry and artwork. Couples can relax and unwind at Hanalei’s many cafes, restaurants and bars. You could take a guided kayak tour off the Na Pali Coast or have a round of golf at St Regis Princeville Resort.

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