WHAT TO SEE (SIGHTSEEING)
Being that we live on Oahu, Kaua’i airfare is not as pricey as coming from outer state or other countries. Hawaii is paradise and paradise is not cheap. Therefore, here are most things to see on Kaua’i for free.
Waimea Canyon at Waimea
Polihale Beach at Waimea (stay for sunset!)
Maniniholo, Waikanaloa & Waikapalae Wet & Dry Caves at Haena State Park
Queen’s Bath at Princeville
Na Pali Coast / Kalalau Trail at Hanalei
Red Dirt Waterfall at Waimea
Wailua Falls at Lihue
Hanalei National Wildlife Refuge at Kapaa
Tree Tunnel at Maliuhi Road
See Mount Waialeale
WHAT TO DO (ACTIVITIES)
A trip to Hawaii is expensive, but if you save accordingly, you’ll be able to do tours and activities. We made sure we got our money’s worth and did the best ones we could find.
Na Pali Boat Tour with Makana Charters
Zipline with Outfitters Kaua’i
Kipu Safari Tour with Outfitters Kaua’i
Mountain Tubingwith Kaua’i Backcountry Adventures
Luau at Courtyard Kaua’i
WHERE TO EAT
Although we didn’t eat out much, as we focused more on activities and sightseeing, we did manage to go out a few times. Here are places we recommend going and also things to taste!
Nanea Restaurantat Princeville
Lava Lava Beach Club at Kauai Shores
There you have it – What to do see, do, and eat on Kaua’i after experiencing it for ourselves! We hope this helps with your vacation planning to Kaua’i. Enjoy!
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