The island is home to some of the most spectacular walks in the world, such as the Na Pali and the backside of Sleeping Giant.
The Kalalau Trail, an 11-mile journey on Kauai's famed NaPali Shore on the island's northwest coast, is one of the top treks in Hawaii.
Despite being on the north coast, Anini Beach is a great beach for families. There is a reef protecting the two miles of seashore.
On the east side of Kauai, off of Highway 583, are the stunning Wailua Falls, which may be seen from a viewing point along the road.
Views of the vast valley and the ocean-facing Napali Coastline may be seen from the well-known Kalalau Lookout.
Koloa Rum Company
A large selection of mojitos, martinis, cocktails, and Hawaiian rums are available at Koloa Rum Company, a distillery.
Kauai Plantation Railway
On the Hawaiian island of Kauai, there is a historic train called the Kauai Plantation Railway. Passengers may take trips on the railroad around the plantation.
Sleeping Giant Trail
Eight miles to the north of New Haven lies the rough traprock mountain known as Sleeping Giant, with a peak height of 739 feet.
Princeville Botanical Gardens
The tropical garden in Princeville is stunning. This is one of Hawaii's most picturesque places due to its diverse and abundant vegetation.
A sinkhole formed a pool that is encircled by volcanic rock. It is situated in Princeville, a village on Kauai's north shore.