- The list below includes 156 free or cheap things to do in or near Princeville, Hawaii, including 47 different types of inexpensive activities like Beaches, Art Gallery, Hiking Trails and Ziplines.
- From Hike Kauai With Me to Hideaways Beach, there are a variety of budget-friendly attractions in Princeville and in nearby cities within 25 miles like Kapaa, Kilauea, Hanalei and Koloa.
Visitors can take an outdoor hiking adventure through the Waimea Canyon with Hike Kauai With Me. The tour takes visitors near cliffs, beaches, streams, forests, and waterfalls. The trail has a variety of ferns strewn about it.
Snorkling is the most popular activity at Pali Ke Kua Beach (Hideaway's Beach), located in Princeville. Swimming is permitted, although the beach does not have a lifeguard. This beach is accessible only via a steep gravel trail.
Pu'u Poa Beach is a public access beach that is utilized mostly by guests of the Hanalei Bay Resort and the St. Regis Princeville Resort since both are within walking distance. The closeness of a reef to the beach makes the water ideal for ocean swimming and snorkeling.
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3840 Ahonui Rd, Princeville, HI 96722 MoreLess Info
Take a tour of a family-grown botanical garden at Princeville Botanical Gardens in Princeville, Hawaii. Visitors on the garden tour will see flowers, trees, beehives, and get the opportunity to sample homegrown chocolate.
Family owned and operated Princeville Range Adventures has numerous adventures available for the outdoor enthusiast. Ziplining, off-road ATV, Horseback, Kayaking and Hiking are offered on the historic 1831 ranch. Multiple adventure packages are available.
The only thing better than improving your tennis game is doing so on the beautiful North Shore at CG Bush Tennis. CG Bush offers lessons to children and experienced players alike, or you may book a group session with the tennis professional.
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Princeville Center, 5-4280 Kuhio Highway, Princeville, HI 96722 MoreLess Info
Featuring paintings depicting the natural beauty of the Hawaiian landscapes, Nani Kauai Gallery showcases the work of local artists form the island. In addition to paintings, the gallery has hand-painted, vintage wooden signs imitating signs from the 1950s.