Kauai is Hawaii’s fourth largest island and is sometimes called the “Garden Isle,” which is an entirely accurate description. The oldest and northernmost island in the Hawaiian chain is draped in emerald valleys, sharp mountain spires and jagged cliffs, aged by time and the elements.
Unwind and let the oxygen-rich air of Kauai's Wailua River invigorate your spirit as you kayak to a cascading waterfall. Or breathe deeply at the edge of the time-swept Waimea Canyon as it speaks to you without words. From the small towns of Hanapepe and Old Koloa Town to sunny Poipu Beach, this is truly "Hawaii's Island of Discovery."
Kaua'i offers activities ranging from snorkeling at Tunnels Beach to ziplining over Waimea Canyon. Whether you're into helicopter tours or seeing the island by boat is more your speed, Kaua'i has the activity for you.
Hotels and Resorts range from boutique hotels with the charm of old Hawaii to upscale five star resorts featuring world-class amenities, restaurants, swimming pools, wedding and honeymoon amenities and concierge services.
Search our Kauai Restaurant and Dining Guide to find menus, information and directions to Kauai Restaurants. Kauai is a melting pot of ethnicity where you will find food from all over the world to suit every palate and budget.