Outdoor Activities in Kauai‎

Kauai is an island in the Central Pacific, part of the Hawaiian archipelago. It’s nicknamed “the Garden Isle” thanks to the tropical rainforest covering much of its surface. The dramatic cliffs and pinnacles of its Na Pali Coast have served as a backdrop for major Hollywood films, while 10-mile-long Waimea Canyon and the Nounou Trails traversing the Sleeping Giant mountain ridge are hiking destinations.

Wanna see the regions of this gorgeous Island?

North Shore 

Kauai’s dramatic North Shore is an enchanting setting full of rugged mountains, lush taro fields, heavenly beaches and spectacular sea cliffs. You’ll be amazed at how much beauty can be found in just one area of Kauai. (source info)

Kauai North Shore can be summed up in one word: Paradise!  Waterfalls, verdant valleys, white sand beaches, lush jungles, tropical flowers, and quaint laid back communities. This enchanted slice of paradise is where you will find the towns of  Kilauea, Haena, Hanalei, Anini and the upscale community of Princeville.  You can surf, snorkel or swim in the turquoise-waters of Hanalei Bay, visit historical landmarks, wander through quaint shops, and enjoy a meal at some of Kauai’s finest local eateries. Kauai’s North Shore is calling. (source info)

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East Side

Kauai’s East Side is sometimes referred to as the Royal Coconut Coast for the groves of coconut palms that grow in its resort areas. The most populated district on the island, about 16,000 of the island’s 71,000 residents reside in the Wailua/Kapaa area. Amongst the clusters of coconut trees you’ll find historic places, amazing beaches and memorable attractions. (source info)

In here, you’ll be able to catch the Opaekaa Falls! This towering falls is an incredible sight (and photo opportunity) during your East Side adventure. There’s also the Wailua River, one of Hawaii’s only navigable rivers offers plenty of fun for kayakers and other paddlers. Don’t miss the Fern Grotto, take a boat ride to this remote, fern-filled cave to see a different side of Kauai! Most especially is the Kapaa Town, where you can check out the historic local boutiques and delicious dining options! (source info)

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 Lihue, Kauai

Lihue has a variety of natural wonders to explore. Kalapaki Beach is the home of the Kauai Marriott Resort and Beach Club and the Hokuala Golf Resort. Bodysurfing, SUP, surfing and swimming make Kalapaki a popular destination. Ninini Beach is home to an automated lighthouse, in operation since 1897. And just north of Lihue, don’t forget to stop at the Wailua Falls lookout for an amazing waterfall view. (source info)

Never miss the Kauai Museum, featuring the amazing collections from the artisans of Kauai and Niihau. And also the Marvellous Wailua Falls! It is an easily accessible, 80-foot-high waterfall located north of Lihue.

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South Shore

A tunnel of tall eucalyptus trees marks the gateway to Kauai’s sunny South Shore.  Perfect weather and golden beaches make the south side of Kauai a favorite hangout for both visitors and locals.

The South Shore of Kauai is sure to provide something for everyone.

One of the highlights is Poipu Beach Park! The family-friendly Poipu Beach Park, on Kauai’s south shore, was once voted “America’s Best Beach.” Never to forget once visited is the Old Koloa Town, in south Kauai, is a charming area with a historic plantation past.

Photo master? Then Spouting Horn Park is for you! It features a blowhole that’s one of the most photographed spots on Kauai. Sightseeing the Allerton Garden too! It is home to the giant Moreton Figs made famous in the film “Jurassic Park” as well as a network of trails and wide variety of plant species.

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West Side

Discover the charming, art-filled Hanapepe Town, the scenic vistas of Kokee State Park, and much more.

About an hour’s drive from Lihue and other major towns on the Coconut Coast, Kauai’s West Side feels like it’s a world away. Here, spectacular natural wonders and historic sites meet funky small towns, rewarding visitors with a glimpse of Kauai mainly seen by locals. 

The most famous attraction on the West Side is breathtaking Waimea Canyon, also called the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific.” Hiking trails and scenic overlooks offer sweeping views of rugged crags and plunging valleys dipping more than 3,600 feet into the earth. There’s nothing else in Hawaii quite like it. (source info)

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