Looking for an amazing list of things to do
on Kauai? Well then look no further! This extensive guide has 70 unreal things
to do on Kauai – all recommended by a Hawaii local!
Kauai is the Hawaiian Island that serves as a
hiker’s paradise. Want to feel transported to the land of Jurassic Park with
everything except for the dinosaurs? That’s what Kauai feels like. While
outdoor adventures make up a large number of the things to do on Kauai, there
are food, festivals, and views that are absolutely amazing as well.
Looking for a guide to the best Kauai restaurants? This list from a Hawaii local has a dozen great recommendations for you to try out during your trip to the island. While you can of course try Hawaii’s local cuisine, Kauai also has amazing food from other cuisines, from traditional Japanese food to classic all-American burgers. Which of these amazing Kauai restaurants will you choose to dine at?
With dozens of rainy days each year, it’s a good idea to think about the best things to do on Kauai when it rains, because, odds are, your vacation to the island will have at least one or two. But when most people think of Kauai, they think of activities like hikes and beaches – neither of which are fantastic in the rain. Little do they know that there are tons of fantastic things to do on Kauai when it rains.
For many visitors to Hawaii who want to get a bit off the grid, they find themselves having a common debate: Maui vs. Kauai. While each island has its own flavor, for those unfamiliar with the islands, it can be difficult to distinguish the differences. So to help you make your decision, here’s a detailed comparison of Maui vs. Kauai (from a Hawaii local).
Are you on the hunt for the coolest Airbnbs in Hawaii? From treehouses to glass pyramids to yachts to luxury villas, there are dozens of stunning Airbnbs in Hawaii. Which one will you choose for your dream vacation?
Airbnb has revitalized the travel industry. Rather than having to stay in the same hotels in the same touristy cities as everyone else (like in Waikiki, for example), you can stay pretty much anywhere that you would like in the coolest of accommodations – like the 20 below.
There are so many things to do in Hawaii – from visiting canyons to swimming with dolphins to even seeing snow! Sometimes it’s hard to keep track of all of the activities on the eight Hawaiian Islands that are worth your time. To help you out, I’ve created a Hawaii bucket list of sorts with 50 amazing things to do in Hawaii.