ENCOUNTER ENDLESS THINGS TO DO IN KAUAI, HAWAII
Located on the splendid North Shore of Kauai, Hawaii, The Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas offers a tropical setting amidst a backdrop of the majestic mountains and the Pacific Ocean. On-property at our resort, discover a full slate of exciting activities for all ages, with a day camp and The Westin Kids Club® for children. Nearby, encounter dozens of fun things to do in Kauai, Hawaii. Explore beautiful Hanalei Bay. Visit the world-famous Napali Coast. Here on the North Shore of Kauai, discover Wai'oli Hui'ia Church and the splendid 1,000-acre Limahuli Garden. Escape to a national wildlife refuge and enjoy the beauty of Kilauea. There are so many unique, exciting things to see and do - start planning your getaway today, and don't forget to bring a camera!
Allow our knowledgeable concierge to assist you in planning a dynamic vacation or honeymoon itinerary. A refreshing new adventure awaits you at our tropical resort. Visit Kauai Activity Planner for more information.
- Lihue Airport
- Princeville Airport
- Daniel K. Inouye Kilauea Point Lighthouse
- Manawaiopuna Falls (Jurassic Park Falls)
- Opaekaa Falls
- Wailua Falls
- Waimea Canyon
- Alekoko, Menehune Fishpond
- Hanapepe Town
- Limahuli Garden
- Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens
- Na Pali Coast
- Spouting Horn
- Zip Line
- Kauai Museum
- Wai'oli Hui'ia Church
How To Get Here
Kauai's North Shore
Here on the breathtakingly beautiful North Shore of Kauai, Hawaii, discover spectacular coastlines, mountains and lush valleys. Nestled amongst them, you'll find rare treasures, from the 1,000-acre Limahuli Garden to a historic church, parks and more.
Wai'oli Hui'ia Church
Explore The Wai`oli Mission, located just moments from The Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas in Kauai, Hawaii. Established in 1834 by American Christian Missionaries, the landmark church was assisted in its growth by Deborah Kapule, the dowager Queen of Kauai, and by Governor Kaikioewa of Kauai, who provided land. Under the guidance of its Hawaiian ministers, the church grew, until in 1945, it joined with the Anini Church and the Haena Church to form the Wai`oli Hui`ia Church of today.
Relax and savor the astounding beauty of this 1,000-acre garden, set in a lush Hawaiian valley. Limahuli Garden was named the 'Best Natural Botanical Garden in the U.S.' by the American Horticultural Society in 1997. Locals and visitors alike consider touring the Limahuli Garden to be one of the best things to do in Kauai.
Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge
See many bird species, dolphins, sea turtles and seals of Kauai, Hawaii, at this habitat for native Hawaiian wildlife. In addition, you'll be treated to the multi-splendored flora and fauna of our island paradise. The Kilauea Point National wildlife Refuge is one of the most intriguing things to do in Kauai for people of all ages. Tours depart from the visitor center and the refuge is open Tuesday through Saturday, except on federal holidays. There is a small entrance fee to the refuge. Don't forget your camera as this refuge offers some of the most stunning photographic opportunities in all of Hawaii.
Learn more at fws.gov/refuge/kilauea_point/.
Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens
The Na`Aina Kai Botanical Gardens offer 240 acres of splendid beauty, encompassing 13 diverse and lush gardens, a hardwood plantation, a canyon, a sandy beach and more. Discover meadows and fern-draped canyons. Encounter the Pacific Ocean in its wild beauty. Enjoy the 70 bronze sculptures that adorn the landscape. A real treasure, this botanical garden offers guided tours from Tuesday through Friday, weekly.
Locate it at 4101 Wailapa Road, Kilauea, Kauai, Hawaii.
The Kauai Museum is the cultural Sanctuary for the art and artifacts of Native Hawaiians and it nurtures the creative spirit of today's artists.