A deactivated light house with automatic beacon and a protected seabird nesting habitat. Placed on the National Register of Historic Places, this is a popular attraction.
Great views. Worth driving to the entrance to park and observe the nesting albatross and boobies even if you don't want to pay to go to the visitor center. Also great view of a cove.
Take a drive up the coast to Princeville, but make sure you stop and see the Kilauea Lighthouse along the way!
Historic landmark with beautiful scenery, panoramic views, great bird & whale watching (Jan-Feb). Lighthouse tours are offered a few days a week. Hours are 9am - 4pm Tuesday - Saturday.
Kilauea point and lighthouse, In the Kilauea national wildlife refuge, has breathtaking views. Also, you’ll pass by some great shopping and historic buildings In Kilauea town on the way!
Northern most point on the Hawaiian island chain. * Great spot to watch migratory birds like Frigates and Boobies. In the winter, keep your eyes peeled for Humpback Whales.
Furthest western point in the United States - a must see! Not open Sundays or Mondays, but worth the 15 minute drive south (from Princeville). See wild birds only found on Kauai!
“Slightly more challenging beginning surf lessons. See the Kauai Beach Boys”
Point of Interest
“Very professionally done. We like the family atmosphere of the Smith's Family Garden Luau but this luau is also great in a different way. Food is very good!”
Grocery or Supermarket
“BEST selection of “poke” on island! Made fresh everyday! This is where the true locals shop for groceries. ”
“Restaurant located behind the Marriott in Lihue. Same menu as Keoki's out in Poipu, but overlooks a lagoon where you can watch stand up paddle boarders, etc ”