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Buildings on Kauai are not allowed to be taller than a coconut tree by law. Here, being able to get as far away as possible from digital screens and mid-day meetings is only one of the many perks of the enchanted island.


Only three percent of Kauai is drivable, so wander holoholo (for the fun) around the “Garden Island” to your heart’s content. Walk the rugged lines around Waimea Canyon. Kayak like a pro through open sea caves on the Na Pali coast, and snorkel with sea turtles at Poipu beach.

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Must Do
  1. Hiking on Kauai


    Conquer the mammoth, but highly rewarding 11-mile Kalalau trail from Ke’e Beach to Kalalau Beach, along the Na Pali Coastline. If long treks are not your thing, Kokee State Park has a ton of easy and moderate trails that go through waterfalls, valleys and forests.


  2. Mountain tubing on Kauai

    Mountain Tubing

    Float, float, float your tube, gently down the stream, while your tour guide shares trivia about Kauai. Then eat lunch in a scenic picnic area. Book this tour through Kauai Mountain Tubing Adventure.

  3. Zip Lining on Kauai


    Glide across 22,000 acres in Hawaii’s first sugar plantation at sunset, fly above a waterfall, or zipline under the stars; Kauai has many incredible zipline tours.

  4. Garden tours on Kauai

    Garden Tours

    You can’t visit Kauai without seeing its beautiful gardens. It is the “garden island” after all. Experience the island’s seven micro climates, see colorful Hawaiian flora and learn about efforts to conserve native plant species at McBryde and Limahuli gardens.

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Kanoa Y.

“Kauai has an inner beauty, as well as a visible beauty that calls you and makes you feel at peace”