The island of Kauai is a lush playground for outdoor adventure, with 7 state parks, tropical rainforests, cascading waterfalls, and hundreds of miles of beautiful beaches.

Whether you’re kayaking the Wailua River, snorkeling in the emerald waters, hiking the NaPali Coast, or simply relaxing on the beach, time in Kauai is time well spent. Kauai forces you to slow down, unwind, and take in the nature and culture of the island.

Wailua Bay is the perfect basecamp to explore it all, with shops and restaurants, several outdoor outfitters, and easy access to all parts of this small island.


Kauai Lodging

A PLACE TO STAY FOR EVERY TRAVELER

ACTIVITIES

Beaches

Biking

Boating

Dining

Fishing

Hiking

Kayaking

Paddle Boarding

Scenic Drives

Snorkeling

Surfing

Swimming

Wildlife Viewing

Kauai Blog

10 Tips for Traveling More Sustainably

Post Date: 04/13/2021

We look for sustainable options at the grocery store when shopping for home appliances – why not when traveling, too? According to a 2019 study by Booking.com, over half (55%) of travelers responding wanted to make more sustainable travel choices. And the benefits are clear, from a deepened connection to...

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The Word of the Day... Uncertain

Post Date: 04/07/2020

If we’ve learned anything from COVID-19, it is how connected we all are globally. It may have taken the spread of a deadly virus to demonstrate it, but it is clear we are all in this together. Highline Adventures, LLC operates seven hotels and one campground in some of Montana’s...

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An Exciting Sustainable Food Effort in Kauai You Can Support

Post Date: 11/09/2021

Nothing connects travelers to a place like embracing local foods. Purchasing directly from local farms and farmers markets puts dollars back into the community and supports small businesses while embracing sustainability. Mālama Kaua’i is a Kauai nonprofit that takes its job of connecting farmers and consumers seriously, all while giving...

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