To do in Kauai HawaiiDoing in Kauai Hawaii
What can I do off the beaten track? Pourquoi vous devriez visiter cette île hawaïenne au lieu de cela.
When you bring your host families to Kauai, Hawaii, you need to be ready in anticipation with all the different activity options available! These are our favourite pastimes in Kauai, include beach, louse and walking. You' re also welcome to read about our favourite Kauai eateries!
I was attracted by the pristine beauties of Kauai. In general, we are a rather cool familiy when it comes to holidays. But with Kauai I knew that we might never return to the Isle as a whole, or at any time, so we wanted to make the most of our 5 day and see as much as possible.
And we remained in Poipu, the south of the isle. It is so small that you can go northwards and backwards in one single outing. It' going to be a long and busy days, and ready for the road, but also the ride is nice and it' s rewarding. But....like the whole of Kauai, there are wonderful sights and places along the way where you can take some snaps.
When we were on Kauai the weeks the cloud was definitely above the parks. Queen's Baths is a nice cliff formations in the northern part of the archipelago, where you can go swimming at low water. There was no way to take a bathe near Queen's Baths.
I' m told it's a great little swimmin' pool at the right moment. It was a terrible walk to the Queen's Baths. That was my favourite image of the whole journey, so it was definitely a worthwhile one. When you go to Hawaii, you have to go to a luau!
It was the sound, the dance and the tasty meal that really help us to get into the grooves of Hawaii! Our Luau is reserved through the Auli'i Luau, which takes place in a Marriott Inn in Poipu. There is a special refreshment bar where you can try things you normally can't try on the isle. Nearly 48 hrs in an airfield and planes were a little much.
Hanapepe is a short stop, but it is located in a pretty city and you will want to take your leisure activities to the city. There was a cookery with herbs, etc. where you can think that we had a lot of work. Even if you are a little anxious, don't miss to look up to see the beautiful view of the canyon!
On our first day we agreed to get an idea of the lovely isle we were on and drove along the waterside in Poipu to the Maha'ulepu Heritage Trail. One way or the other, it's 100% of it. Even though we haven't seen the Na Pali coast because we are out of a lot of hours, you can find nice pictures of what you are lacking if you don't take a chopper or a small ferryline.
We' d thought about going snorkelling, but after a short walk to Poipu Beach (which was only a few steps away from our house) there was really no use. There are farmers' marketplaces in Kauai almost daily from what we have seen and understood. When you find one at the beginning of your journey and can collect new products, it is definitely worthwhile!
Lovely blossoms, grocery carts and newly made mazadas. Dear Espresso and Studying? The Kauai Tea Plantation. You have an absolute nice attitude and you can find out everything you want to know about Hawaii coffeeproduction, plus get free specimens of their cafes. Take care not to buy too much coffe or you may have to discard a few sneakers and clothes at the beach so that your bag can take everything home with you.
Arrived at the estate a few moments before the opening, we went outside and visited it before it got too crowded. Kayak Adventures and we had an early start from about 8am. After about 2 hrs of kayak and 2 hikes, the whole experience took about 4h.
It' s a wonderful image! Have you got any favourite things to do in Kauai? I would like to know from them so that we can come back next we go to this wonderful little isle!