Kauai Home – Located in the prestigious Poipu Kai Resort area on Kauai’s sunny south side.
Something For Everyone!
Everyone should experience a Kauai helicopter tour at least once in their lifetime. Much of this beautiful island can only be seen from the air. Tours leave from Princeville Airport, Lihue and Port Allen.
Kauai’s zipline tours offer you a chance to descend a lush tropical mountainside, fly over layers of forest canopy or glide above a tranquil mountain stream to a bamboo grove where you can enjoy a swim and picnic lunch.
Kauai guides stop along the way to let you take photos and will entertain you with interesting facts on Hawaiian history, culture, folklore and legends. Be sure to ask them about native plants, birds and trees. It’s a great opportunity to learn what makes Kauai special!.
Kauai’s clean, clear waters attract scuba divers from all over the world. There is a dive shop in almost every town, so gear rental, air and instruction can be easily found. Scuba lessons and certification for beginners are also available in most towns.
The torches are lit and the night is filled with music. Hawaiian family members gather to bring you a truly Hawaiian dining experience – from the unearthing of the traditional pig, cooked to perfection, in an underground oven to tropical fruit and a special Hawaiian dessert table.
There are a myriad of stunningly beautiful and challenging golf courses on Kauai to satisfy golfers of every handicap – from a Kauai County course with modest fees to several world-class PGA championship courses. In Poipu, you’ll find the Kiahuna Golf Club, an 18-hole course renovated in 2004, and the ocean front Poipu Bay Golf Resort, 36 holes and former home of the PGA Grand Slam.
are the best way to explore the magical Na Pali Coast. Zodiac tours, catamaran cruises and whale watching tours leave from Hanalei Lihue, Poipu and Port Allen. Five-hour combination snorkel and sightseeing excursions of the Na Pali coastline are popular. Humpback Whale watching tours normally run from late December to late March.ost towns.
Deciding which beach to visit might be your most challenging daily task. There are swimming beaches, shelling beaches, sunset beaches, beaches with lots of activity and beaches where you can be totally alone. Some of the more famous Kauai beaches include Hanalei Bay, Ke’e, Keala, Kalapaki, Poipu Beach, Salt Pond, Tunnels and Polihale.
is another great way to experience Kauai – from trail rides that lead through Kauai’s back country to a waterfall for a picnic and a swim.
Kauai offers several excellent places to snorkel – from beaches like Anini Beach where you will encounter a dozens of colorful tropical fish and several species of coral to Ke’e Beach and Tunnels Beach, both known for their good water clarity. A great way to enjoy snorkeling is to sign up for a guided tour from an experienced professional.
Kauai offers hikers countless opportunities for fun, adventure and terrific sight-seeing. Waimea Canyon and Koke’e State Parks offer numerous hikes from easy to strenuous. At the end of the road on the North Shore is another favorite: the Na Pali Trail.
Tennis courts are just a short walk away at the Poipu Kai Resort.
Half and full day charters, for individuals and groups, come complete with fishing gear and beverages. Charters depart from Nawiliwili, Poipu, and Port Allen. In Kauai, you can find game fish such Sailfish, Stripe Marlin, Ono and Ahi tuna.
can be enjoyed on several Kauai rivers and in the ocean during the summer months. The Wailua River is the most popular location for river kayaking. Guided trips up the Hulei’a River in Lihue are a true Hawaiian adventure.
Several companies host a variety of open ocean sailing charters in sturdy catamarans. Some give you the chance to snorkel and scuba among turtle and tropical fish. Sunset cruises are also available.
Kauai’s largest shopping center is found in Lihue but every major town has a shopping center with a variety of restaurants, grocery stores and Hawaiian specialty stores that sell items crafted by local artists. There are roadside stands with exotic tropical fruits, organic produce and flower leis. In Poipu, at Spouting Horn Park, you will find an outdoor flea market.
Eco tours remain one of Kauai’s most popular outdoor activities. An eco tour lets you travel to natural destinations while keeping your environmental impact at a minimum. An eco tour will build your environmental awareness and teach you more about local culture.
Movie tours take you to many of the famous movie locations on Kauai – everything from Jurassic Park to Raiders of the Lost Ark, Donovan’s Reef to Outbreak, Gilligan’s Island to Fantasy Island – not to mention Blue Hawaii and South Pacific.
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Full of charm, grace, and native spirit…..
What a wonderful place for family vacation….location is excellent–very close to beach and fun. Back porch is worth the trip….beds are great….kitchen is well set-up….we enjoyed ourselves and just know everyone else will also. What a terrific place to vacation!!Ron I.
A little piece of heaven!
Home was perfect for our family vacation. The location was wonderful to do and see everything that Kauai has to offer and the walk to the beach was an unexpected plus!! Please go to the Dolphin, only two miles away, for the BEST fish tacos in the world. Access to the full kitchen was great for the nights we didn’t feel like getting cleaned up to go out to eat. We could not have had cleaner accommodations if we stayed at one of the local resorts. This was my first VRBO experience and if all of the rentals/renters are as professional and easy to work with as this one is I don’t think I’ll every stay in a hotel on vacation ever again. Thank you soooooo much for providing the perfect backdrop to make so many wonderful memories!Jake I.
Great house in a great location
This house was perfect for 3 adult couples. Very clean, great layout and very well stocked. We had a little trouble finding the pool at first, but that was our own fault (it’s the one closest to the tennis courts!). This was definitely one of the best houses I’ve had the pleasure of renting in Hawaii. Thank you, Dee Ann!Amela H.
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There are lots of fun activities and things to do on Kauai such as helicopter tours, zipline tours, snorkeling, hiking, deep sea fishing, luaus, bicycling, kayaking, movie tours and much more.