Kamokila Hawaiian Village – Choose from an endless variety of land and water activities at the 4-acre Kamokila Hawaiian Village, in Kapaa.
Kauai Coffee Company – The only state in the U.S. to grow coffee, Hawaii produces some of the world’s best. Experience life on a real working coffee farm right on Kauai at Kauai Coffee Company
Kauai Museum – Presenting Kauai’s and Niihau’s fascinating history to the public for more than a half-century, the Kauai Museum is a must-visit.
Kilohana Plantation – In addition to offering a day’s worth of exploring and fun with features such as a train, historic mansion and gardens, Kilohana Plantation is also full of fine shops.
Kokee Museum – Petite, charming and informative, the Hui o Laka Kokee Museum offers visitors to the Kokee/Waimea Canyon region important information about trails as well as the natural history of lush Kauai.
Luau Kalamaku – A visit to Hawaii should always include a luau—a celebration that includes feasting, dancing and music, and plenty of aloha spirit. Luau Kalamaku offers a grand setting at the historic Kilohana Plantation, one of Kauai’s most interesting destinations.
Smith Family Garden Luau – Few activities are more festive than a luau—and the Smith Family Garden Luau is one of the best.
Smith’s Tropical Paradise – Welcome to 30 acres of lush botanical and cultural gardens at Smith’s Tropical Paradise, along the Royal Coconut Coast.
Blue Hawaiian Helicopters – Now celebrating its 28th year, Blue Hawaiian is the most successful aerial tour company in Hawaii, and the only one that serves all of Hawaii: Kauai, Oahu, Maui, and the Big Island. National Geographic calls Blue, “Hawaii’s premiere helicopter tour company,” and Frommer’s Hawaii recommends them as, “The Cadillac of helicopter tour companies.”
Island Helicopters – Providing a signature circle-island, deluxe, jet-helicopter tour from Lihue Airport for 40 years, longer than any other company in Hawaii, Island Helicopters is the only company that can offer visitors the unique opportunity to land at Hawaii’s most famous waterfall, Jurassic Falls.
Safari Helicopters – Safari Helicopter Tours. Located at the corner of Akahi Street and Airport Road. People’s Choice since 1987.
Sunshine Helicopters – With more than 90 percent of Hawaii accessible only by helicopter, a helicopter tour of the Islands is certainly the best way to s
Kauai ATV Tours – Be a kid again! Venture into Kauai’s lush tropical paradise on the back of a fully automatic, easy-to-use all-terrain vehicle.
Kauai Lagoons Golf Club – Calendar-perfect beauty unfolds at Kauai Lagoons Golf Club, on Kalapaki Bay.
Kauai Plantation Railway – Calendar-perfect beauty unfolds at Kauai Lagoons Golf Club, on Kalapaki Bay.
Kiahuna Golf Club – Located in sunny, upscale Poipu Beach, Kiahuna Golf Club captures the beauty of lush Hawaii alongside the exciting challenge of a championship golf course.
Makai Golf Club at Princeville – With recognition ranging from Travel + Leisure Golf’s Best Golf Resorts in Hawaii to Golf Magazine’s 25 Gold Medal Resorts in America, the Makai Golf Club at Princeville more than proves its class.
Puakea Golf Course – One of Hawaii’s most fun 18-hole golf courses, Puakea Golf Course rolls across hills and around deep ravines along incredibly emerald-green mountain terrain.
Blue Dolphin Charters – Glide along the magnificent Na Pali Coast aboard one of Blue Dolphin Charters’ spacious motor-sailing catamarans: the brand-new, 65-foot Blue Dolphin II or the 63-foot Blue Dolphin.
Boss Frog’s Snorkel, Surf & Cycles – Make a beach adventure memorable with rental and retail gear from Boss Frog’s.
Capt. Andy’s Sailing Adventures – Snorkel breathtaking tropical reefs and witness spinner dolphins frolicking off the bow of Capt. Andy’s 55-foot luxury sailing catamaran.
Kauai Sea Tours – In business for more than 25 years, Kauai Sea Tours is the only operator to offer both traditional catamaran tours and adventurous rigid-hull rafting tours of the incredible Na Pali Coast.
Kauai Waterski & Surf Co. – Here’s fun for the entire family including waterskiing, wake boarding, wake surfing and tubing on the scenic Wailua River.
Kayak Wailua – Kayaking on the Wailua River and hiking into the rain-forest jungle to Secret Falls has become one of the most popular activities on Kauai.
Koloa Bass Fishing – Join Koloa Bass Fishing Tours on a unique island adventure at the Waita Reservoir, the largest inland body of fresh water in the state and a hidden treasure away from the crowds.
Smith’s Fern Grotto Wailua River Cruise – A classic Kauai adventure since the 1940s, Smith’s Fern Grotto Wailua River Cruise winds visitors up Hawaii’s only navigable river—the Wailua River—to the famous Fern Grotto, a hidden tropical paradise.
Snorkel Bob’s – A visitor-industry staple for top-quality masks, fins and snorkels at great prices.