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Discover some of Kauai's greatest wonders and visit these incredible attractions and historic points of interest while you enjoy your stay in Poipu Kauai!

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Ancient Polynesians were the first to bring sugarcane to Hawai'i. With it's first cane seeding in 1835, Kōloa Plantation was the first...

mahaulepu

Maha‘ulepu is the last stretch of accessible coastline in Kauai that has yet to be developed, leaving locals and visitors access to incredible...

Makauwahi Cave

The Maka‘uwahi Cave is Hawaii's largest limestone cave found in Hawaii. Located in the Māhāʻulepū Valley close to Māhāʻulepū Beach, the cave was discovered...

Pa'a Dunes Kauai

The Pa'a Dunes were formed 8,000 years ago, the name meaning "fence of lava rock" or "dry and rocky." The dunes have...

Tree Tunnel Kauai

Take the scenic route and drive through Kauai's famous Tree Tunnel, a one-mile stretch on Maluhia Road (Hwy. 520) lined with over 500...

Located near Kauai’s Tree Tunnel and Old Koloa Sugar Mill, the Waita Reservoir is another important piece of history that shaped Kauai into...