E komo mai, welcome to the Garden Island. Known for its lush landscapes, small town charm, abundance of waterfalls, and famed locales such as the Waimea Canyon, Nā Pali Coast, and over 50 miles of white sand beaches, Kaua‘i is a feast for the senses and provides an endless number of ways to experience it’s splendor.
Dining on Kaua‘i – whether it’s from a food truck or an upscale, fine dining restaurant, is a true locavore experience.
The restaurant scene here is made up mostly of locally owned, one-of-a-kind eateries, many of whom have deep connections with the talented farmers and fishermen on island and around the state. Indulging in farm-fresh, ocean-to-table culinary tour of the island is a must.
Open-air shopping villages and boutique, locally owned shops are scattered across the island, offering a vast array of unique and locally made products from jewelry and clothing to art, home décor, beach necessities, and delicious food items such as coffee, locally sourced Hawaiian salts and more.
The island of Kaua‘i offers a unique collection of bucket-list worthy outdoor adventures and experiences that can only be found here.
Breathtaking hikes through rainforests in Koke‘e or along the Nā Pali Coast, ATV tours through lush valleys to waterfalls, horseback riding along a white sand beach, sailing through the jungle on a zipline, not to mention all the watersports you can imagine including surfing, SUP’ing, snorkeling, catamaran rides and so, so much more.
A breathtaking view
Experience the truly amazing scenic views of the sunny south shore of Kauaithat Kauanoe o Kōloa provides.
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