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Parques y naturaleza en Kauai

Los mejores parques

Mirador
“So beautiful and picturesque, winding drive up the mountain, it can be cool up there so bring a light jacket.”
  • Recomendado por 37 habitantes del lugar
Parque
“Waimea Canyon is a long drive from up here in Princeville, but you won't regret going to see it! There are lookouts from the roads, lookouts requiring a bit of walking, as well as easy to moderate hikes to some gorgeous lookouts. We highly recommend spending a day on that side of the island and explore. It makes for a good activity to do on the same day as a boat tour of the Napali Coast line which also departs from that side. ”
  • Recomendado por 34 habitantes del lugar
Beach
“Nāpali Coast State Wilderness Park lies in the northwest of Kauai. It’s known for its towering pali, or sea cliffs, punctuated by narrow valleys, streams and cascading waterfalls.”
  • Recomendado por 24 habitantes del lugar
Parque
“It combines the campy flavor of old Hawaii with historical local traditions. Come early and watch the kalua pig being lifted from the pit. Then experience a traditional Hawaiian feast, while you watch an eye-popping Polynesian show with hula dancers, Tahitian dancers, and fire dancers!”
  • Recomendado por 17 habitantes del lugar
Parque
“Favorite trails are Nualolo and Awaawapuhi. Hard core hikers: they connect but the on the connecting trail there is a very dangerous section.”
  • Recomendado por 20 habitantes del lugar
Parque
“This is a State of Hawaii Campgrounds. It is located on the west side of the island. It has gorgeous sunsets. Itʻs right on the beach. It has adequate bathrooms and showers. The road going into the park is not maintained that well. You will need a 4X4 vehicle to get here. Sometimes the road will be closed if there has been a severe storm previously. We do not recommend driving on the beach sand here as the sand here is very soft and you will get stuck. You can use a rooftop tent or a ground tent at the campgrounds. This is one of our favorite campsites on island.”
  • Recomendado por 18 habitantes del lugar
Parque
“When you get the the bench keep going all the way to the top. The top is the best. It gets rocky but keep climbing! ”
  • Recomendado por 19 habitantes del lugar
Comida de camping
“This is an 11 mile trail however you are able to hike as many or few miles as you wish. Spectacular scenery.”
  • Recomendado por 15 habitantes del lugar

Juegos para niños

Playground
“The Princeville playground has two play structures and swings plus a large grassy area for running around.”
  • Recomendado por 1 habitante del lugar

Excursiones guiadas

Playas

Beach
“Caution: there is a very long and windy trail from the residential street down to the spot where Queen's bath is located. Do Not attempt this trail if it is or has rained. There are no rails or cement/gravel to protect you from sliding. This is not a safe trail for young children to try to navigate without parent supervision. You're encouraged to walk to this touristy spot from the resort, as parking is very limited. The resort may not provide directions.”
  • Recomendado por 28 habitantes del lugar
Beach
“Nāpali Coast State Wilderness Park lies in the northwest of Kauai. It’s known for its towering pali, or sea cliffs, punctuated by narrow valleys, streams and cascading waterfalls.”
  • Recomendado por 24 habitantes del lugar
Beach
“Beautiful beach at the end of the road. Get there early for parking spot. Bring mask n snorkels also amazing 2 mile in and 2 mile out hike napali.”
  • Recomendado por 13 habitantes del lugar
Beach
“you can start the Napili Hiking trail and then come back for a swim with turtles”
  • Recomendado por 8 habitantes del lugar
Surf Spot
“Wonderful spot with shade. Swim in the ocean or in the river. Take paddle boards and paddle up the river a mile or so. ”
  • Recomendado por 7 habitantes del lugar
Beach
“Second best location on Kauai. This is very much forest camping, with lots of hiking adventures and things to do. If you do not think you have the ability to hike to Kalalau then this is the place.”
  • Recomendado por 3 habitantes del lugar
Beach
  • Recomendado por 1 habitante del lugar

Senderos

Más lugares geniales al aire libre
“For a fun day at the ranch this is the spot. From zip lining to ATV and horseback riding. ”
  • Recomendado por 17 habitantes del lugar
Comida de camping
“This is an 11 mile trail however you are able to hike as many or few miles as you wish. Spectacular scenery.”
  • Recomendado por 15 habitantes del lugar
Comida de camping
“This is such a great hike from Shipwrecks beach all along the coast that ends at this beautiful cave the Hawaiians used centuries ago. Or drive right up to it if you aren't keen on a trek along the cliffs.”
  • Recomendado por 4 habitantes del lugar
Comida de camping
“Enjoy a leisure drive up to the Kokee State Park and stop at various lookouts on the way there. Or if you're up for it, explore one of the many trails. Trails for hikers (or non hikers) of every level. ”
  • Recomendado por 2 habitantes del lugar
Comida de camping
“Up to 9 miles and very unusual as you hike through a swamp. At the end you might see Hanalei bay if the clouds open up. Wonderful hike! Need hiking boots.”
  • Recomendado por 3 habitantes del lugar
Comida de camping
“Wai Koa Plantation, a working farm on 500 private acres, is located in the town of Kilauea on the North Shore. It began in 2007 when Porter Irrigation started supplying water to the farmers on Wai Koa by channeling water from the Kalihiwai Reservoir, the only active reservoir in the area. Over the next several years, guava trees were removed and replaced with the largest mahogany forest in the United States. In 2010, the Porters began a new chapter of community service by completing and opening Kauai Mini Golf. Shortly thereafter, the Wai Koa Loop Trail was opened to the public, providing the community with free access to the historic Kilauea Stone Dam. The dam was completed in 1880, during the height of the sugar plantation era and received a prestigious Historical Site Award in 2004. The 5-mile loop trail winds through Mahogany trees and offers peaceful lagoons, a secluded swimming hole and panoramic views of Mt. Namahana. For those of you looking to do something ‘off the beaten path' the Wai Koa Plantation is for you. Starting at the Kauai Mini Golf in Kilauea back parking lot you will find The entrance to the 500-acre manicured ‘working farm’ is found in the back parking lot of Kauai Mini Golf in Kilauea. It states that the trail is intermediate, however, it is more of a beginner trail, just a bit longer. There are fascinating signs and stops along the way, educating you about the Farm and the history of the Plantation. You will walk thru the largest Mahogany plantation in the United States and see where Kauai Fresh farms grow their delicious avocados. You will also stop in the middle at the historic stone damn. A magical place with manicured gardens and a babbling brook. This damn is about halfway through the hike and the perfect place for a picnic and a swim. Depending on your speed the hike takes approximately 2 hours, longer if you stop for a picnic. Bring WATER, comfortable walking shoes, sunscreen, snacks, your bathing suit and your camera! ”
  • Recomendado por 2 habitantes del lugar
Comida de camping
“Beautiful forest hike. The first part is a climb to reach the summit and then you can walk past the picnic bench as far as you would like before you return. It meets up with the Moalepe trail. If you go the whole distance, it is 4 miles. You need arrange transportation at the other end. I am happy to assist.”
  • Recomendado por 3 habitantes del lugar
Comida de camping

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