Kauai, HI

Kauai, Hawaii

Clear waters, sandy beaches, lush forests, rugged cliffs—that’s Kauai

Though the island of Kauai is best known for its beaches, forest preserves to the west offer great adventures. Discover Kawaikini Mountain. A mile high, it’s the island’s tallest mountain. Be sure to hike through Waimea Canyon State Park, home of what’s known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific.

Take a trip to Fern Grotto in a flat-bottom boat or tour the islands by kayak. The surfing is legendary in Hawaii, so grab a board, hang loose and catch some waves. Poipu Beach Park offers exceptional snorkeling and scuba experiences so dunk your head, kick your feet and witness a spectacular underwater kingdom. With more than 500,000 annual visitors, the Kilauea Lighthouse is more than just a major navigation point—it’s one of Kauai’s most popular attractions.

The Na Pali coast is 15 miles of rugged beauty featuring cliffs that literally dive straight down into the depths of the ocean. Sailing, rafting and hiking are all great ways to immerse yourself in the magnificent landscape that surrounds you. Rise above it all and get a whole new perspective with a helicopter tour. These fascinating tours offer great views and plenty of excitement. For family fun, soak up some sun along the golden beaches, play a game of island golf or go for a horseback ride through the beautiful Hawaiian countryside.

Your Bluegreen Vacations resort on Kauai

Bluegreen Vacations offers Pono Kai Resort, 13 oceanfront acres on Kauai’s Coconut Coast.