49 Must-Do Activities in Kauai

The Hawaiian Islands are a dream destination for many. While the hustle and bustle and beaches of Oahu and Maui draw many visitors, those looking for a more laid-back Hawaiian vacation should consider Kauai.

Crawl into the Makauwahi Cave

If caving is your thing, you won’t want to miss the Makauwahi Cave near Poipu. This 17-acre archeological site is home to the largest limestone cave in Hawaii and numerous fossils.

The best places to view the sunrise/sunsets are in Poipu on the south end and near Princeville on the north shore.

View the Sunrise and Sunsets

You won’t miss the famous Kauai Tree Tunnel if you’re driving to Poipu. This mile-long stretch on Maluhia Road is lined with over 500 Eucalyptus trees planted over a century ago.

Drive Through the  Tree Tunnel

Another green icon of Hanalei is the emerald Wai’oli Hui’ia Church. Holding continuous services since 1834, the church site began as a mission and is now part of the National Register of Historic Places.

Photograph the Wai’oli Hui’ia Church

Hike the Maha’ulepu Heritage Trail

This four-mile roundtrip trail runs along the coast from Shipwreck Beach to Mahaulepu Beach and is a great place to enjoy the landscape and wildlife while also getting some exercise.

In between visiting the shops, take a stroll across the Hanapepe Swing Bridge, which was built in the early 1900s so that residents could easily cross the river.

Stroll Across the Hanapepe Swing Bridge

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