Top Kauai Attractions

A brief sampler of some of Kauai's "must see" highlights

Whether your Kauai vacation rental is located on the North Shore, the South Shore, or the East Shore, you won’t have any trouble finding sightseeing opportunities close to home.  Even the longest drives - from Princeville on the north shore to Waimea Canyon in the southwest, or from Poipu on the south shore up to Hanalei – only take about two hours.  Don’t feel like driving that far?  Below you’ll find favorite places to visit organized geographically.  Stick to the same shore your Kauai rental occupies and keep your drive time to just a few minutes!

North Shore

Brimming with adventure and famed sights, Kauai's famed North Shore is home to Hanalei Bay, the Kauai Trail and the spectacular Napali Coast. Basing your Kauai vacation in the North Shore area, particularly in Princeville, provides unrivaled accesss to these coveted North Shore experiences and sights. Disover more information on top North Shore attractions, including Limahuli Gardens, Kilauea Lighthouse, Hanalei Town and more.  


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East Shore

This centrally located region of Kauai  puts vacationers in an ideal spot to explore the entire island, especially the inland mountain jungles, forests and waterfalls. Stay in the town of Wailua and enjoy convenience to the eclectic town of Kapa'a and the world-famous Wailua Falls, among many other incredible attractions. 


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South Shore

From "America's Best Beach" (Poipu Beach Park) to the stunning Waimea Canyon, the South Shore is a treasure trove of unforgettable points of interest on Kauai. Whether you're looking to visit a tropical garden designed by a Hawaiian Queen, see the Spouting Horn or tour the internationally renowned Kauai Coffee Company, basing your Kauai vacation out of Poipu puts you in the midst of all the South Shore action.


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