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Flower An Island of Adventure

An afternoon stroll through a historic coastal town. An exhilarating aerial tour of the breathtaking Nāpali Coast. A day spent relaxing with your toes in the sand. Whether you’re dreaming of a laid-back excursion or a once-in-a-lifetime, bucket-list experience, get ready to discover a true adventurer’s playground here on Kauaʻi.

Waimea Canyon

Located on the southwestern coast, Waimea Canyon offers a stunning panorama of crested buttes, rugged crags, and plunging gorges. 14 miles long, 3,600 feet deep, and more than a mile wide, this hiker’s paradise more than lives up to its nickname as “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific.”

Poʻipū Beach Park

A popular swimming, surfing, and snorkeling destination, Poʻipū Beach boasts picnic and shower facilities, lifeguards, and a natural wading pool. Beloved by both humans and animals alike, the beach has been known to attract occasional visits from humpback whales and endangered Hawaiian monk seals.

Old Kōloa Town

Located a short, 20-minute drive west of Līhuʻe, charming Old Kōloa Town will leave you feeling as if you’ve taken a step backward in time. While away an afternoon amidst the town’s quaint eateries and shops, old-fashioned storefronts, and beautifully restored 19th-century plantation buildings.

Hanalei Town

Located on the island’s north shore just a few minutes west of Princeville, Hanalei Town offers a range of beguiling galleries, shops, dining destinations, and historical sites. Be sure to stop for a tour of the Waiʻoli Huiʻia Mission House, listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

Nāpali Coast

This 17-mile stretch of emerald sea cliffs on the island’s northern shore represents some of the most rugged and unspoiled coastline in all of Hawaiʻi. Spend a blissful day exploring its network of hiking trails or set off on an aerial tour from Līhuʻe Airport and glimpse the landscape in its full, awe-inspiring glory.

Hanapēpē Town

Affectionately dubbed “Kauaʻi’s biggest little town”, quaint Hanapēpē was once a bustling military training center during World War II. Today, its historic plantation-style buildings are home to charming shops, local eateries, and more art galleries than you’ll find anywhere else on Kauaʻi.