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  • Kamokila Hawaiian Village

    Choose from an endless variety of land and water activities at the 4-acre Kamokila Hawaiian Village, in Kapaa. Experience recreated traditional Hawaiian village life, wander the tropical landscape, join in a guided canoe ride, paddle upriver to a guided waterfall hike, take part in a colorful luau ... read more >>
  • 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. Tour this charming plantation’s orchards, visit the gift shop and taste its exclusive lines of estate coffees. Pick ... read more >>
  • 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. Tour this charming plantation’s orchards, visit the gift shop and taste its exclusive lines of estate coffees. Pick ... read more >>
  • 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. Explore collections of vintage photographs, artwork, textiles, cultural artifacts and more, plus view special rotating exhibits. Admission includes all ... read more >>
  • Kilohana Plantation

    Experience the glory of an authentic and historic Kauai sugar plantation at Kilohana Plantation. The mansion and former home of the plantation manager is situated on 105 acres of scenic land. Built in 1935, the home’s restored elegance offers a unique blend of the old and new, reflecting the ... read more >>
  • 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. Learn about the hurricane that changed the face of the island, purchase small gifts from calendars to ... read more >>
  • 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. Experience the foods and traditions of ... read more >>
  • Smith Family Garden Luau

    Few activities are more festive than a luau—and the Smith Family Garden Luau is one of the best. Expect a delicious feast with classic and modern Hawaiian-food favorites, including poi, mahi mahi and teriyaki beef, plus fork-tender kalua pork straight from a traditional earthen oven. Then sit ... read more >>
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