4 Things to do onYour Kauai Vacation


Taking a Hawaiian vacation can be a dream come true. One of the best parts about Hawaii is that each island is a different experience. Kauai has the same Polynesian culture as the other islands but it also has its own eco-tourism flair. Here are four things to do when you embark on a Kauai vacation.

1. Check out the eco-tourism of Kauai first. You’ll want to go on the Waimea Canyon tour. This canyon is often called the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” but it’s actually much more colorful than the Grand Canyon. You’ll take a tour of the Canyon and you can even opt to hike down into it. You’ll also see special cultural sites like the Tunnel of Trees, Captain Cook Landing and Old Koloa Town. This is a great way to get acquainted with Kauai and get some great photos. Go to DiscoverHawaiiTours.com for more details.

2. Since more than 70% of Kauai is inaccessible by vehicle, you probably shouldn’t drive around the island. Instead, book a catamaran tour to see all this island has to offer! Half day or even full day catamaran tours are very popular. You’ll snorkel along the Na Pali Coast, alongside beautiful sea cliffs. The snorkeling gear and instruction is provided. You’ll enjoy a continental breakfast and lunch buffet and also be treated to beer, wine and mai tais (after snorkeling, of course!). You may even glimpse some dolphins while off the shores of Kauai.

3. While Kauai is gorgeous and all you can ask for in way of eco-tourism, you also might want to see other famous sites in Hawaii. Day trips from Kauai to Oahu are available and affordable! One quick plane ride lands you back on Oahu where you can tour Pearl Harbor. Don’t miss out on one of Hawaii’s most historic sites because you chose to stay on Kauai. Tour the beautiful and moving memorial to the USS Arizona that sank in the Japanese attack on Pearl Harbor. Then see the USS Missouri and the Aviation Museum of the Pacific. After a day of sightseeing and maybe even a detour to Waikiki, you’ll fly back to Kauai. You’ll be able to sleep in your own bed and say that you saw one of the most important WWII sites in American history. It’s easy and affordable if you book early at DiscoverHawaiiTours.com or by calling 808-670-3743.

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