Set on an isolated stretch of beach with an adjacent sunning lawn, the 25-acre Kauai Beach Resort- an Aqua Boutique offers complimentary shuttle service to Lihue ...
Kauai Beach Resort$179Kauai Beach Resort$179
This Princeville resort is located next to a golf course, nestled on the beach a short distance from Makai Golf Club, Hanalei Bay, and Princeville Golf Course. ...
Princeville Resort$429Princeville Resort$429
Nestled on the beach, this Kapaa hotel is within 1 mi (2 km) of Lae Nani Beach and Smith Family Garden Luau. Lydgate Beach Park and Sleeping Giant Trailhead ...
Kauai Shores Hotel$159Kauai Shores Hotel$159
Hidden gardens and picturesque grottos earmark this expansive resort overlooking a surf-swept beach at an isolated end of South Kauai.
Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa$499Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa$499
Nestled on the beach, this Koloa resort is within a 15-minute walk of Moir Gardens and Poipu Beach. Brennecke Beach and Poipu Shopping Village are also within ...
Koa Kea Hotel & Resort$469Koa Kea Hotel & Resort$469
Located on a nearly deserted beach, this East Kauai resort hotel offers sweeping views of the Pacific and provides a central location for exploring both North ...
Aston Islander on the Beach$170Aston Islander on the Beach$170
Situated near the airport, this motel is 1.9 mi (3.1 km) from Kalapaki Beach and within 32 mi (52 km) of Poipu Beach and Hanalei Bay.
Tip Top Motel Cafe & Bakery$128Tip Top Motel Cafe & Bakery$128
This family-friendly Princeville resort is located by the ocean, within 1 mi (2 km) of Princeville Golf Course, Princeville Center, and Hanalei Valley Lookout. ...
The Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas$317The Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas$317
Wintertime in Hawaii means humpback whales, and this hotel, set on 22 acres at the southern tip of Kauai, offers front-row views of the magnificent ...
The Point at Poipu by Diamond Resorts$269The Point at Poipu by Diamond Resorts$269
Although it's the oldest of the Hawaiian Islands, Kauai still boasts a gorgeously sprawling natural splendor. With lush greenery and picturesque ocean views everywhere you turn, the best things on the Garden Island – from the Alakai Wilderness Area to Moloaa Bay – are free. Better still, a Kauai vacation doesn't have to cost you a mountain of cash. With the help of CheapTickets, you'll be well on your way into the wilderness with these budget-friendly highlights.
The yearly temperatures are very warm in Kauai, only varying by a few degrees through the seasons, and although its location is prone to daily showers, these only last a few minutes. It is worth noting that they occur less frequently on the south side. The best time to visit for deals and to get around the island easier would be in early spring or late fall. The week-long Kauai Festival in September is an annual highlight, as too are the February celebrations of Hawaiian history and the Captain Cook Fun Runs, both in the old plantation town of Waimea.
Relax on the beautiful and secluded white-sanded Baby Beach in an idyllic environment near Whaler's Cove.
Look on in awe at the stunning sight of streams of water cascading down the mountainside into the coves below.
Take a kayak up the Hanalei River and stop for a serene walk through the picturesque and secluded woods.
Spend an afternoon in the tranquil surroundings of the Ho'opi'i Falls on the east side of the island.
Wander at your leisure around the farmers markets and be amazed at the choice of fresh fruit and vegetables.
Calling all serious nature lovers and hikers… this is the trail for you. From the abundant greenery to the waterfalls, you will lose yourself in the tranquility. Pull up your bootstraps and get tramping on this 11-mile stretch of heaven along the breathtaking Napali coastline.
This quaint little town was home to Hawaii's very first sugar plantation, dating back to the 19th century. Stumble upon some of the oldest and most charming of buildings in Hawaii. With a laidback vibe and a vibrant arts scene, a visit to Koloa should certainly be on your Kauai travel itinerary.
Mark Twain once called this place the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific" – and he wasn't wrong. You'll have to pick your jaw up from the 3500-feet-deep canyon floor as you gaze over the 10-mile-long stretch of rugged rock faces jutting from the earth. A definite must on any Kauai vacation.
Home to the "People's Prince" of Hawaii (Jonah Kuhio Kalaniana'ole) in the early 20th century, this historical setting is full of the intriguing history of Kakaniana'ole's colorful life. From the foundations of his home to the royal fishpond and the heiau (ancient place of worship), there is plenty to see and do that won't cost you a royal cent on your Kauai travels.
Known far and wide as a birdwatcher's paradise, this wildlife refuge is at the northernmost point of the island. From the albatrosses nesting in the cliffs to the Hawaiian monk seals and sea turtles in the azure ocean below, you can take it all in from the famous lighthouse for a nominal fee.
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