Kauai is a small island, but there are so many kid friendly activities to do here.
General: Kid Friendly
|Guide Series: Best Things To Do With Kids
Princeville Ranch Adventures is true to their name. A four hour adventure that includes off roading, walking across suspension bridges, hiking through a rain forest, and swimming in twin waterfalls just some of the many activities here. More at: Princeville Ranch Adventures
Three days a week Princeville Botanical Gardens offers a tour that includes homemade chocolate, samples of honey, seasonal fruit, and a walk through their gardens where you will learn about Hawaiian flora, scared flowers, and medicinal and food plants. More at: Princeville Botanical Gardens
Enjoy Kid Friendly Beaches
Kauai has plenty of family friendly beaches to choose from. Some of our favorites include Poipu Beach Park, Lydgate Beach Park, Lumahai Beach, Kaheka Beach (Baby Beach), and Hanalei Pavilion Beach Park.
Na Aina Kai offers a variety of tours ranging from 1 & 1/2 hours to 5 hours through their botanical gardens and sculpture park. More at: Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens
The Luau Kalamaku is located at the Kilohana Plantation. So before the luau starts you can stroll around and enjoy the tropical grounds at the plantation. More at: Luau Kalamaku
Nature lovers and curious kids will enjoy taking a tour through the gardens of this botanical natural preserve. More at: Limahuli Garden and Preserve - National Tropical Botanical Garden
The Kauai Plantation Railway is a short train ride around the estate exploring gardens, vegetation, and an orchard. The guide will point out more than 50 fruits and vegetables along the way. There is even an area where you can feed donkeys, goats, and pigs which kids are sure to love. There is a train depot where you'll board a train with finely crafted wood interior. Fun activity for families, especially the kiddos. Don't forget to visit their gift shop. More at: Kauai Plantation Railway at Kilohana Plantation
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At Smith's Kauai you can take a boat ride to Fern Grotto and explore a rainforest. You'll also find a 30 acre botanical and cultural garden. Top the evening off with a luau and enjoy delicious Hawaiian food. More at: Smith's Kauai Garden Luau / Tropical Paradise
Wailua Falls is the most easily accessible, large waterfall on Kauai. It's best to go early due to limited parking on the road. More at: Wailua Falls
You can learn about Hawaiian culture at the Kamokila Hawaiian Village, take a canoe ride, and enjoy a luau. More at: Kamokila Hawaiian Village
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