Wonderful Variety of Activities Available

The Beach

Pali Ke Kua 220 has a paved walk down to a beautiful beach that is ideal for snorkeling due to the protection by numerous reefs. Adjacent is another secluded beach which can be accessed at low tide. Five minutes away is the world-famous Queen’s Bath, an ideal spot for a dip when the ocean is calm and to view Kauai’s magnificent sea turtles. Within a thirty minute radius are quite a few of the most beautiful beaches in the world; Ke’e Beach, Haena Beach, Tunnels Beach, Lumahai Beach and Hanalei Bay to the West and Anini Beach, Kalihiwai Beach, Secret Beach and Rock Quarry to the East. When visiting Kauai’s beaches you can swim, snorkel, surf, boogie board, windsurf, go fishing, kayak, look for shells ….or just relax under a palm frond! 

NOTE: PLEASE CHECK FOR HAZARDOUS SURF AND WEATHER CONDITIONS ON A DAILY BASIS.

Surf and Windsurfing

This is the perfect opportunity to learn to surf in the gentle waters of Hanalei Bay. Or perhaps take a sailboard lesson just down the road at Anini Beach.

Snorkeling and Scuba

The best snorkeling and scuba spots on Kauai are inside protective reefs. The choice of destination is determined by a variety of factors including the tide, surf, wind and legal restrictions.

Na Pali Coast Tours

Come Explore Kauai’s rugged Na Pali Coast aboard a luxury sailing catamaran or zodiac with friendly sea-going professionals. You’ll discover abundant wildlife, pristine reefs, dolphins and whales. Taking a boat trip along the Na Pali is a wonderful way to see those incredible waterfalls and cliffs. Several tours depart from Hanalei, while others leave from Port Allen on the South Shore.

Helicopter Tour

Enter into a world of lush tropical rainforests, jagged pinnacles, soaring sea cliffs, secluded beaches and ancient volcano craters. Explore the vast Waimea Canyon, the lush rainforests of Koke’e, and the steep cliffs of the Na Pali coast.

Deep Sea Fishing

The warm tropical waters of the Hawaiian islands attract some of the greatest big game fish in the world, including Ahi, Blue Marlin, Mahi Mahi and Wahoo. Departing from various points around the island, view spectacular vistas of Kauai on your way to the fishing site.

ATV Tours

Venture into Kauai’s lush tropical paradise on the back of an easy-to-use All Terrain Vehicle (ATV). Ride your own ATV and enjoy breathtaking mountain and coastal views. Choose one of the daily expeditions through the gorgeous mountains of Kauai’s south side for an unforgettable experience of the road less traveled.

Kayaking

Rent a kayak for a lazy paddle up a lush tropical stream and swim under waterfalls, or join an adventure on the open sea, going down the Napali Coast from Ke’e Beach to Polihale. A variety of tours are available for experiencing our islands waterways, or rent your own kayak and explore by yourself.

Zipline Tours

The “Zip n’ Dip Expedition” is for anyone 12 and older and between 80 and 280 lbs. It is a combination of eight ziplines, one suspension bridge, and ends up at an awesome waterfall swim hole for lunch, diving, jumping, and floating around on inner tubes.

Hiking

Kauai offers some of the most breathtaking hikes within its park system, and several companies offer guided hikes to beautiful jungle destinations on private land. A favorite is the eight-mile round-trip hike from the end of the road at Ke’e Beach to magnificent Hanakapaia Falls Beach.