Exciting Things To Do In Poipu
Looking for things to do on Kauai? Of course, exquisite Kauai is not fully appreciated until you’ve discovered her unparalleled natural beauty. Known as the “Garden Isle,” it is the most lush and oldest of the Hawaiian Islands. The dramatic and rugged interior of the island is uninhabited; it is a landscape of pristine forests, plunging waterfalls, rainbows and breathtaking vales best seen from a helicopter. The Na Pali Coast is best explored by boat tours that will take you to remote beaches and caves. You can drive the rim of the Waimea Canyon, fly into its gorges or ride horseback to her floor. Visit Wailua Falls and Hanalei where you will find abundant valleys, soaring mountains and verdant rain forests.
Experience everything that Kauai has to offer. Whalers Cove Resort’s concierge will be happy to recommend their favorite beaches, arrange for boat rides, dining, helicopter tours and other memorable activities.
Kids and families love this shallow water Poipu beach with its white sand. A reef just offshore keeps waves down to no more than a few inches high during most of the year. Baby Beach provides a great spot for a day of play in the sun.
Lawai Beach (& Keiki Cove)
A top pick for Kauai snorkeling. While the strip of sand is narrow on this Kauai beach especially during high tide, the main attraction here is underwater. There is an amazing array of colorful fish to see especially early in the day.
Enjoy one of the best beaches in America when you visit Poipu Beach. This jewel among Kauai beaches was honored by The Travel Channel as one of the top ten in the United States. It remains a Kauai family favorite.