Kauai Itinerary - Day 7

A final, amazing day on Kauai.

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A full week in Kauai is just about the right amount of time to really see a lot of what makes this island so unique. And while you'd need years to completely explore every nook and cranny that the island offers, a week is certainly a good start. So let's wrap up your week in Kauai with some fun and relaxation and we'll do it all on island time (slowly with no rush).


First up would be a round of golf! You don't have to be a pro to enjoy some time on a golf course so give it a try to find out why this is such a popular sport. Pick a golf course and hit the links.


Golf not your thing? Don't worry, an alternative suggestion would be a spa day (or spa morning). Most resorts on the island will offer some type of spa and massage experience so check with your resort hotel to see what they offer. If your hotel doesn't have a spa you can find several Kauai spa options here. What better way to wind down your Hawaii vacation than with some relaxing spa time?


Feeling relaxed and all zen'd out? Excellent, then you really need to get in a little more beach time before heading home. So head over to Anini Beach Park for a while. Anini Beach is protected by Hawaii's longest reef so the waters here are usually calm which makes for pretty good snorkeling as well a kid friendly beach. Pack a lunch or buy one along the way and bring it here to enjoy. The beach park offers picnic tables, showers, and bathrooms along with water that is usually very clear and inviting.


If you have a flight home today you'll have to watch your time and make sure you get to Lihue Airport (LIH) on time. Otherwise, if you're flying out tomorrow or later then tonight is the perfect time for a splurge on dinner. The choices here are too many to list, though I guess that's not entirely true as I do have a complete list of Kauai dining options here. Many nicer resorts have some fine dining options and the Koloa area is another hot spot for upscale options, though you'll find great choices all over. Splurge on a final meal, watch a sunset, and take it slow.
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