Waimea Canyon & Koke’e Adventure 

Journey Through Kauai’s Countryside

Waimea Canyon

Begin your adventure by journeying through the heart of Kauai’s countryside, where you’ll ascend a vast mountain via a meandering road enveloped by trees and endless fields. This route leads to the awe-inspiring Waimea Canyon, famously described by Mark Twain as the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific.” The immense cliffs and deep gorges of Waimea Canyon are breathtaking, and you’ll be mesmerized by its scenic beauty long after your vacation ends.

Spouting Horn Blowhole and Hanapepe Town

Witness the ocean waves propelling jets of water through lava rock at the Spouting Horn Blowhole. Then, visit the quaint town of Hanapepe, nestled amid sugar cane fields, and enjoy a view of Hanapepe Valley from the lookout.

Some of the sea cliffs that likely gave Hanapepe its name
Some of the sea cliffs that likely gave Hanapepe its name

Koke’e State Park

Venture down a nature trail in Koke’e State Park for an easy hike surrounded by native Hawaiian flora and fauna. The first portion of the hike is a gradual uphill stroll for about 30 yards, then it levels off, hugging the contours of the hill. Listen for the lyrical chirping of the rare red ‘apapane or i’iwi birds as they sip nectar from the blossoms on the native trees.

Puu Hinahina Lookout and King Kaumuali‘i Statue

Peer at the expanse of Waimea Valley from Puu Hinahina lookout point. Visit the recently unveiled King Kaumuali‘i Statue at Pa‘ula‘ula, also known as the Russian Fort, and learn about the historical significance of this site.

View of famous Poipu beach on Kauai island in Hawaii.

Kauai Coffee Plantation

Conclude your journey at the Kauai Coffee Plantation near the coast. Enjoy a stroll through the coffee orchard that leads toward the ocean, and see the entire coffee process from initial blossoming and harvesting to the final roasting. Sample the exclusive line of estate-grown Hawaiian coffees while relaxing in the warm Hawaiian sun.

Kauai Coffee Plantation
The Kauai Coffee Company is quickly becoming one of the Garden Island’s most popular tourist stops.

This journey through Kauai’s countryside is a blend of natural beauty, historical landmarks, and local culture, offering an unforgettable experience that captures the essence of the island.


● Spouting Horn
● Hanapepe Valley Lookout
● Hanapepe Swinging Bridge
● Lunch at Waimea Plantation Cottages
● Waimea Canyon
● Koke’e State Park
● Puu Hinahina Lookout
● Kekaha Beach
● Russian Fort / King Kaumuali’i Statue
● Kauai Coffee Plantation

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