Guides

    • East Side

      East Side- Also known as the “Coconut Coast” for its numerous coconut plantations. Centrally located, the east side is green, cool, beautiful, easy to reach and offers a convenient midway…

    • Hanalei

      Small surfer town with 1960’s Hippie-like charisma. Hanalei town offers everything from bikini & surf shops to casual local restaurants or Pacific Rim cuisine. Don’t forget to make a stop…

    • Kapaa

      The Coconut Coast! If you are lucky, you may catch one of the many festivals and activities at the Kapaa Beach Park. Kapaa also boasts the first Saturday event at…

    • Lihue

      Lihue is “Town” to the locals. It is also the seat of County and State government offices and where most of the island’s administrative business is conducted. Most medical facilities…

    • Kilauea

      Happy Kilauea Town is home of the world famous Kilauea Lighthouse, a fantastic nature preserve! The lighthouse offers an unparalleled vantage point from which to view either migrating whales, endangered…

    • Princeville

      The Princeville Resort offers fine resort living on Kauai’s north shore. It is home to world class hotels and resorts. Princeville is a great community and it features friendly neighborhoods…

    • North Shore

      Kauai’s North Shore is lush, green and beautiful. It remains relatively unspoiled and is the gateway to hiking the Na Pali Coast.

    • Poipu

      The fabulous and sunny South Shore means, resorts, golf courses, restaurants and attractions. The PGA has also been played on world class courses at Poipu. The south shore is also…

    • South Shore

      South Shore offers plenty of sunshine, resorts and beaches. It also offers the unspoiled Mahaeulepu, a wonderful taste of what the islands looked like pre-contact. It is also home to…

    • Wailua

      Wailua is the most culturally historic centers of the island. It is the home of the Alii, where Kings were born. The Wailua river is the most culturally rich areas…