Activities on Kauai

Deep Sea Fishing on Kauai

Kauai provides a great opportunity for deep sea fishing. Some of the fish you might catch include Marlin, Tuna and Ono (also called Wahoo) just to name a few. »

 

Kalalau Lookout

Kalalau Lookout, accessible by car, offers a spectacular birds-eye-view of Kauai’s famous Kalalau Valley, the largest valley on the Na Pali Coast. From this lookout, visitors have an opportunity to experience this valley’s beauty without taking the long, arduous hike known as Kalalau Trail. »

 

Kalalau Valley

Kalalau Valley is quite simply one of the most beautiful and interesting places on Earth. It’s an exquisite, tropical wilderness nestled away in Kauai’s Na Pali Coast State Park. With a gorgeous mile-long beach, sea caves, a waterfall and pools, lush vegetation, beautiful “sky-scraping” cliffs, and numerous fruit bearing trees, Kalalau Valley is one of the most famous and beloved locations in all of Hawaii. »

 

Kalalau Trail Hike: Kauai’s Best Adventure

Kalalau Trail is considered by many to be Kauai’s best hike and is without question the most famous trail of all the Hawaiian Islands. This eleven-mile hike follows along the Na Pali Coast going over many hills and streams. One word of caution about hiking Kalalau Trail – it’s very strenuous. Unless you’re an experienced, avid hiker this will probably be the toughest hike you’ll ever take. »