Take a tour of the Makauwahi Cave Reserve
Visit a natural treasure.
Relax on Kekaha Beach
Hang out on the sandy coast.
Located on the far west side of Kauai, Kekaha Beach is part of the longest stretch of white sand in Hawaii. Most visitors don’t venture this far west, so it’s usually much less crowded than other Kauai beaches; it also offers stunning sunset views, and is ideal for surfing, fishing, and beachcombing.
Escape the crowds at Allerton Garden
See fountains, statues, and so many plants.
Visit Ho’opulapua Rice Mill and Taro Fields
Get to know the island's farming history.
Located within a wildlife refuge that’s not usually open to the public, the Haraguchi Rice Mill is Hawaii’s only remaining rice mill, as well as a working taro farm. Learn about the island’s agricultural history; see old rice milling equipment; explore the cultivation and uses of taro; and observe native water birds on a tour.