Plan your perfect Kauai Vacation!

Kauai, the beautiful Garden Isle, is treasured for its lush tropical greenery and sparkling sand beaches. Visitors to the island worship not only its postcard-perfect beauty, but Kauai’s diversity of cultures, activities, shopping, and dining.

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Stay Princeville Vacation Home

This luxurious vacation home is complemented by beautiful furnishings and modern appliances. There are three lanais (patios) two are upstairs and one is downstairs. The layout of the home allows the cool ocean trade winds to flow through the home and there are ceiling fans in every room, including the outdoor lanai’s. Travertine floors downstairs, granite countertops throughout, hardwood hand-scraped tropical flooring upstairs, and carpeted bedrooms combine to make this home both comfortable and luxurious.


Princeville Kauai

Princeville is recognized as one of the premier ocean view resort communities in the world. Princeville is situated among the lush sea cliffs that tower over Kauai’s picturesque Hanalei Bay, and minutes from world famous Napali andWaimea Canyon. It’s home to some of Hawaii’s finest resorts, golf courses and restaurants. Princeville is also the site of three beaches, Pu’u Poa (thumping point), Kenomene Beach, and Kaweonui Beach Princeville at Hanalei still retains the peace and beauty of ancient days, when Hawaiians farmed in the green valley below. Named ‘Princeville’ in 1860 in honor of Hawaii’s crown prince, Prince Albert


Napali Coast Cathedrals

The Napali Coast, Kauai’s famous coastline is truly majestic, featuring emerald green pinnacles towering along the shoreline for 17-miles. Located on the North Shore of Kauai, the Napali Coast features panoramic views of the vastPacific Ocean, velvet green cliffs and cascading waterfalls plummeting into deep, narrow valleys. The rugged terrain appears much as it did centuries ago when Hawaiian settlements flourished in these valleys existing only on the food they could grow and the fish they could catch. The only land access to this enchanted area is via the Kalalau Trail, an 11-mile trail that starts at Kee Beach, crosses five different valleys and ends at secluded Kalalau Beach But even non-hikers can enjoy the amazing scenery of the Napali Coast via boat or helicopter tours. Replenish your spirit and experience the breathtaking panoramas of the Napali Coast.

Waimea Canyon Kauai

Waimea Canyon, on Kauai’s West Side, is described as “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific.” Stretching 14 miles long, one mile wide and more than 3,600 feet deep, the Waimea Canyon Lookout provides panoramic views of crested buttes, rugged crags and deep valley gorges. The grand inland vistas go on for miles. The main road, Waimea Canyon Drive, leads you to a lower lookout point and the main Waimea Canyon Overlook, offering views of Kauai’s dramatic interior. The road continues into the mountains and ends at Kokee State Park. There are numerous trails to traverse for beginners and seasoned hikers.