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Kauai is among the most beautiful and remote islands in the world. Here you will find some of the most popular natural wonders in all Hawaii. Kauai Attractions and places to explore give you a brief summary, photos and directions to places to see on Kauai.

Waimea Canyon Rim

Waimea Canyon State Park

Waimea, West Side
Wailua Falls Kauai

Wailua Falls

Kapaia, East Side
Kauai Tree Tunnel

Tree Tunnel

Koloa, South Shore
Kauai Spouting Horn

Spouting Horn

Poipu, South Side
Opeakaa Falls Kauai

Opaekaa Falls

Wailua, East Side
Na Pali Coast Kauai

Na Pali Coast

Haena, North Shore
Menehune Fishpond

Menehune Fishpond Alekoko

Nawiliwili, East Side
Mahiholo Dry Cave Kauai

Maniniholo Dry Cave

Heana, North Shore
Shingon Shrines Lawai

Lawai International Center

Lawai, South Shore
Kukuiolono Park Kauai

Kukuiolono Park

Kalaheo, South Side
Koloa Landing Poipu Dive Location

Koloa Landing

Poipu, South Side
Kilauea Lighthouse
Loop Road Kauai

Keahua Arboretum

Upper Wailua, East Side
Ke Ala Hele Makalae
Kalalau Lookout

Kalalau Valley Lookout

Kokee State Park, West Side
Hanapepe Swining Bridge

Hanapepe Swinging Bridge

Hanapepe, West Side
Hanalei Taro Patches

Hanalei Valley Lookout

Princeville, North Shore
Fern Grotto - River Boat

Fern Grotto

East Side, Wailua
Kilohanan Plantation Shops

Kilohana Plantation Kauai

A historic landmark, Kilohana Plantation offers guests a glimpse into Kauai's past combined with assorted island-style activities, dining and shopping.

The Na Pali Coast, Waimea Canyon, Wailua Falls, Wailua River, Fern Grotto, Sleeping Giant and Hanalei Valley are just a few of the places waiting to be explored. Kauai is a nature lovers paradise with dozens of hiking trails to explore and countless beaches to discover.