Lush greenery, entrancing seascapes & picturesque picnics await. The parks on Kauai can be both serene and activity-filled, with hiking, ancient sea caves and other wonders of nature.
Historical Sites and Museums
A museum, a lighthouse, military fort ruins and a sleepy little town: all offer glimpses into Kauai's rich, multicultural island history. Embark on cultural tours and revisit bygone eras.
Soak up the sun or splash in the surf at these popular beaches. Kauai offers the best of both worlds, with family-friendly beaches and some of Hawaii's top surf spots.
Take in the jaw-dropping beauty of Kauai at one of the island's famous scenic lookouts. Visit Spouting Horn for a seaside natural wonder and Waimea Canyon for its stunning views at 3,600 feet.
Gardens & Farms
Known as the Garden Isle, Kauai offers an eclectic mix of lush flora for visitors to explore. Choose from learning about taro grown in lava rock terraces, self-guided tours of coffee estates, or a museum that takes you back to the heydays of a sugar plantation.