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Kauai holidays - Sun-dappled, serene and engaging
Kauai offers a great balance of stunning beaches and breath taking scenery that you must explore. Why not try a boat or air tour of the island to experience its beauty before you kick back and relax on arguably the most stunning beaches in the world. A stop in Los Angeles or San Francisco will help get you in the time zone to make the most of your stay.
Fusing unforgettable adventure with natural splendour
With an emerald landscape belonging to a half-forgotten dream, holidays in Kauai enjoy a natural scenery that goes beyond breathtaking. The Northernmost island in the Hawaiian archipelago is nicknamed the Garden Isle and typifies the style and culture of these beautiful islands.
From cascading waterfalls to rugged canyons, thick tropical jungles and spectacular volcanic cliffs, holidays to Kaui are the perfect opportunity experience some of Hawaii’s most unforgettable natural wonders.
Things to do in Kauai
The Napali Coast of the north shores of Kauai is ruggedly beautiful, with high pinnacles of jagged rock scissoring through the 17-mile coastline. Ancient, cascading waterfalls careen down into narrow gullies.
- Napali Coast
- Wailua River
- Waimea Canyon
- Hanalei Town
- Kilauea Lighthouse
- Opaekaa Falls
- Kalaheo Botanical Gardens
- Poipu Beach Park
- Mountain Tubing on Kauai
- Fern Grotto
When to go to Kauai
Generally speaking, Hawaii is tropical and enjoys warm temperatures throughout the year. The average temperature in the Islands is about 26.6°C, dropping to about 23.8°C during winter.
- The Kauai Polynesian Festival is between 24-27 May.
- The Red Clay Jazz Festival on 27 June.
- Kauai Mokihana Festival on 18 September.