On Kauai, visit the Kauai Museum, Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge, Waioli Mission House Museum and Kilohana Plantation.
Take a riverboat cruise to a Fern Grotto in the lush Wailua Valley, see the Kilauea Lighthouse set atop the cliffs on Hawaii’s northernmost point, or take a drive along the rim of the massive gorge of the Waimea Canyon to Kokee State Park with its great hiking trails. See dolphins and whales as you cruise along the remote and beautiful Na Pali Coastline, and then relax on the golden sands of “sunny Poipu.” Kauai is also rich in culture and history with museums, historic tours, many Hawaiian heaiu (sacred places). A popular evening activity is to enjoy an authentic Hawaiian luau including fire dancing and a sumptuous feast. See below for lots more ideas and complete details about Kauai attractions.