Tourist Attractions in Kauai

The enviable collection of natural wonders and attractions that the rather small island of Kauai hides in its exotic nooks and crannies gives the tourist an opportunity to feast their eyes on a variety of geography, landscapes, and several other points of interest on a virtually endless list of Tourist Attractions in Kauai. Every turn and bend of the island flaunts a distinct visual extravaganza that is so diverse from the other like chalk and cheese.

Drive to the golden palm fringed beaches, relax by the warm clear blue waters of the sea, picnic at a exotic spot next to a cascading waterfall or hike through the lush green forests that impart the emerald colors to the mountains.

On the North Shore

  • Hanalei Valley Lookout
  • Kilauea Lighthouse
  • Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge
  • Princeville
  • Makana Peak
  • Manininiholo Dry Cavew
  • Waikanaloa & Waikapalae Wet Caves
  • Waioli Mission House

    Na Pali Coast

  • On the South Shore:
  • National Tropical Botanical Garden
  • Spouting Horn

    On the West Side:

  • Captain Cook's Monument
  • Kalalau Lookout
  • Menehune Ditchw
  • Russian Fort Elizabeth
  • Waimea Canyon
  • Hanapepe
  • Hanapepe Valley Lookout
  • Salt Pond

    In Lihue/Kalapaki:

  • Grove Farm Homestead Museum
  • Huleia National Wildlife Refuge
  • Menehune (Alekoko) Fishpond
  • Nawiliwili Harborw
  • Fern Grotto
  • Lydgate State Park
  • Wailua Falls

    On the Coconut Coast:

  • Bell Stone
  • Keahua Forestry Arboretum
  • Opaekaa Falls
  • Sleeping Giant (Nounou Mountain)

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