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Exploring Kauai

courtesy of The Grand Hyatt Kauai A lap pool at Grand  Hyatt Kauai's Anara Spa.

Photo: courtesy of The Grand Hyatt Kauai

With opulent spa retreats, rugged canyon and sea cliff hikes, sailing adventures, and kayak tours through mangrove forests, Kauai really does have something for everyone. Read the article

Destinations: Koloa · Princeville · Kauai

Inspired by: Kauai, Discovered — by Brian Berusch, Published Aug. 2007

Hotels (4)

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    St. Regis Princeville Resort

    Unveiled in September 2009 after its conversion from a Starwood Luxury Collection property, this resort on Kauai’s North Shore borders two of Hawai

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    Kiahuna Plantation & The Beach Bungalows

    An Old Hawaii plantation feel permeates the 35 acres of well-kept lawn, hedges, plumeria, hibiscus and palm trees at the condo and bungalow compoun

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    Pure Kauai

    Travelers looking to feel at home during a Kauai vacation can rent a private cottage, vacation home, or even an estate on the North Shore. Guests o

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    Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa

    The Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa isn’t intimate—it holds 602 rooms—but travelers can still find some Zen calm here. The resort is set along 50 ac

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Activities (5)

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    Outfitters Kauai

    The most popular outfitter on the island offers ziplining, ocean and river kayaking, and more.

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    Capt. Andy's Sailing

    The natural wonders of the towering Na Pali coastal cliffs, the reefs, and marine life are easily accessed from the Spirit of Kauai or the Akialoa,

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    Allerton Garden

    Island and European styles merge in the Allerton Garden, located in Poipu’s Lāwa`i Valley. Allerton and the nearby McBryde Garden are run by the Na

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    Kokee State Park

    Visitors get to know the Garden Island through the trails of Koke’e State Park in Waimea. With the Koke’e Museum as a starting point, trails take h

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    Kahuna Valley

    The six-acre Kahuna Valley retreat draws healing masters from around the globe to teach Qigong, Taoism, Reiki, and Hawaiian Kahuna healing. At the

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Similar Trips (4)

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    Koloa, Lahaina, Honolulu, Maui, Kauai

    Okay parents, we’ve got the best places to stay in Hawaii thanks to the thousands of Travel + Leisure readers who took our annual poll. And because these spreads are fully loaded everyone can find

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  • Cultural Family Trip to D.C.

    The Mall, Georgetown, Dupont Circle, U Street, Chinatown/Convention Center

    Visiting Washington, D.C., can feel like the school trip from hell: no matter who you are, no matter what you’re interested in, you’re stuck with the same obligatory sights. We say, Table that noti

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  • Mini Trip: Waianapanapa Beach, Maui

    Hana, Maui, Kauai, Hanalei

    At this black-sand cove set between cliffs, watch daredevils paddle their boards to the surf breaks beyond weathered rock arches.

  • Active Family Vacation in Unspoiled Kauai

    Kapaa, Koloa, Princeville, Kauai, Hanalei

    Yes, you really can frolic in a land called Hanalei. You can also hike amid passion vines and waterfalls, learn to snorkel, and fly (by zip line) through the jungle. Welcome to Kauai, the island de

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