What's the first thing that comes to mind when someone mentions Hawaii?! A Hawaiian luau of course! Almost as if forged from the lava rock that created the islands, Polynesian culture has made this ceremony legendary. We continue to foster this tradition with offering only the best luaus on the island of Kauai.

Luau Maka'iwa
Auli'i Luau
Havaiki Nui Luau



Snorkeling is one of the most popular things to do on Kauai. The island’s crystal clear waters and spectacular coral reef is a snorkeler’s dream. Some of the best snorkeling locations are along the remote Na Pali Coast. No road leads here, so a boat cruise along the Na Pali Coast is on the to-do-list of many visitors to the island. The unspoiled reefs along this coastline are home to a large variety of tropical fish, green sea turtles and other marine life.

Holo Holo Charters
Blue Dolphin Charters



Kauai is hiking paradise. There is no doubt about that. The Na Pali coast has some of the most epic ridges and drop-offs in the world.

Kalalau Trail
Awaawapuhi Trail
Hanakapiai Trail



As any local will tell you, your first taste of surfing, or hee nalu in Hawaiian, is something you never forget. Kauai is a surfing paradise set against some of the most majestic scenery on earth.

Hawaiian Surfing Adventures
Poipu Beach Surf School



The island of Kauai is known as a top destination for golfing. In addition to offering players a perfect round of gold, Kauai golf courses feature spectacular views. Some overlook the turquoise waters of the Pacific, and others are backed by the island's emerald green mountains.

Hokuala Golf Course
Poipu Bay Golf Course
Princeville Makai Golf Course



Ziplining is fun for those looking to combine island sightseeing with thrills and adventure. Kauai is the Hawaiian island with the most ziplines.

Outfitters Kauai
Koloa Zipline
Kauai Backcountry Adventures
Just Live



This Kauai tubing adventure starts with a drive through former Lihue Plantation lands deep into the island’s emerald green interior. Once at the launch site, you’ll be outfitted with a tube and a headlamp. Then get ready to float down the gently flowing waters, through several amazing tunnels and flumes engineered and hand dug around 1870!

Kauai Backcountry Adventures