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The fourth largest and northernmost of Hawaii’s islands, Kauaʻi is known for its lush rainforests and rugged coastline, earning it the nickname “The Garden Island.”
Follow the eastern coastline to Wailua. Located along the shores of the state’s only navigable river, the town is a hub for outdoor activities. Take a boat tour along the tributary to explore Fern Grotto, then on the drive back to town, pull over to admire Wailua Falls, a towering triple waterfall.
Hawaii’s northernmost point, Kīlauea, is known for its dramatic, rugged setting. Take in the views at Kīlauea Point. Once a volcanic vent, this National Wildlife Refuge is an ideal place to glimpse some of the state’s rarest bird species, which nest around Kīlauea Point Lighthouse.
The sleepy oceanfront village of Hanalei is just 8 miles (13 kilometers) west of Kīlauea. Surf and snorkel in Hanalei Bay or hike the Kalalau Trail for unparalleled views of the coastline. Watch the sun set over Hanalei Pier, immortalized in the classic film South Pacific.
Head southwest to explore the rugged cliffs and breathtaking scenery along the Na Pali Coast. This 15-mile (24-kilometer) stretch of coastal wilderness is accessible only on foot, boat or helicopter, but is an unforgettable experience.
Waimea is located on the western coast of Kauaʻi. This relaxed beach town is just 13 miles (20 kilometers) from Waimea Canyon, often called “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific.”
Poipu and Kōloa are two of the island’s southernmost towns. Often considered to be a single municipality, these old-fashioned villages feel like they belong in a bygone era. Stay at one of the oceanfront resorts and wake up to views of the Pacific each morning.
Kauaʻi’s Lihue Airport offers direct routes to the USA and Canada, and is connected to most major destinations throughout Hawaii. With only two main highways, one of which partly circles the island, Kauaʻi is easy to navigate. Car rental is highly recommended. The island operates a bus service, however only carry-on luggage is permitted and stops are limited.
The resort was excellent. I loved that when I drove into the resort after being out all day hiking, I had a sense of luxury.
It's a fantastic hotel with really friendly staff. I wasn't expect this hilton garden inn can be this good. They have free drink voucher for each night stay and the whole hotel has really good amenity. Parking is free, resort fee is only $25! Nothing better than this!
I love how you feel like your somewhere other than “Kauai”. Nothing better to have a Nice stay cation. One major thing I could point out is the walkways from around the hotel to the pool area, it was so slippery when the ground was wet, my husband slipped multiple times along with my daughter who’s ...
The public settings, lobby, pools, beach, landscapes all beautiful! Very tastefully appointed and great flow. The rooms neede a bit of updating however.
Kauai Inn may not be the fanciest place I've ever stayed, but it exceeded my expectations in many ways. I was expecting a basic motel -- and it does sort of look like one. But my room was fresh and modern and clean and comfortable. The welcome at check-in was very warm. The grounds are pleasant, ...
I've been to Hawaii five times in recent years and so far this is the best stay. We were worried about the weather but it turned out Poipu area is the best to stay in winter. It was mostly sunny while the rest of Kauai island was cloudy. Great restaurants on hotel grounds and nearby shopping village. ...