Wailua River

The Wailua River is 20 miles long and has two waterfalls, the Opaekaa Falls and the Wailua Falls. You can go down the river either by air boat, kayak, or you can have a boat tour. Another way to visit this is taking a car and driving along it on Hwy 580.

Waimea Canyon

The Waimea Canyon stretches 14 miles long, one mile wide, and is more than 3,600 feet deep. It's nickname is "The Grand Canyon of the Pacific". If you take the main road it leads you to a lower lookout point where the Waimea Canyon Overlook is at.

Napali Coast

The Napali Coast is 17 miles long, the only land access is the Kalalua Trail which is 11 miles long and can be dangerous. Most hikers use two days to travel. Some ways to tour the Napali Coast is a boat tour, guided kayaking, or air tours.

Old Koloa Town

The Koloa Town is 20 minutes west from Lihue and on the way towards the Koloa/Poipu area there is a tree tunel. While you are in this town you can visit the Museum to find out about the towns history or you can visit the history trail that shows 14 different cultures from the town.

Poipu Beach Park

The Poipu Beach Park at one time was named Americas best beach. It has some of the best dining, golfing, and shopping near it. While you are here you can go snorkeling, there is a wadding pool for younger kids as well, you can watch the humpback whales and sea turtles in the water, or you can watch Hawaii's endangered species the monk seals. There are only 1,200 seals left and you can see them sunbathing on the shores.

Hanapepe Town

Hanapepe used to be Hawaii's biggest community especially during World War 1. Today the town is about the same, with historic buildings the town has had some movies filmed there. It was also the model for Lilo and Stitch.