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This is our favorite lookout on island. It is a lush green valley, with a ton of waterfalls when it rains. The only downside to this lookout is the clouds do block the view sometimes. It is really windy up here though and usually you can wait a few minutes and the clouds will open up for a great picture

Kumu Camp

This is our family's favorite campground on island. It is a private campground and is located on the beach on the north east side of the island, making it a central location. This makes a good base camp if you donʻt have strict vacation plans and want to make up your plans as you go. This also makes a great place to stay for your first couple of nights, and a lot of our guests like to stay here their entire trip. Book an oceanfront site to wake up to a sunrise view. There are hot showers, clean restrooms, an outdoor kitchen area, and nice pavilions and even intermittent WIFI. Facilities here are a lot nicer than the county and state campsites.

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Anini Beach

This is a Kauai county Beach as well as a campground. It is located on the north shore. This is one of our favorite beaches on island. Itʻs a calm beach with good snorkeling. Itʻs got adequate bathrooms and showers. The county requires you to use a ground tent at all of their campgrounds

Waimea Canyon

Waimea canyon, also known as the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific", is one of the most visited spots on Kauaʻi. The canyon is 10 miles long and 3,000 feet deep, with waterfalls and wildlife that can be spotted. If you are lucky, you can catch a breath-taking view of a rainbow

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Kilohana Plantation Railway

This place is great, especially if you have kids with you. Itʻs a tour around the plantation on an historic train that was use in the plantation days. Youʻll see a different varieties of fruit trees (which are used in their must-try restaurant Gaylord's) and stop in feed pigs, goats and donkeys.

More To Come