- TripBuzz found 195 things to do with kids in or near Hanapepe, Hawaii, including 185 fun activities for kids in nearby cities within 25 miles like Hanalei, Kapaa, Kilauea and Koloa.
- From Salt Pond Beach Park to Kauai Fun - Private Tours, the Hanapepe area offers 55 different types of family activities, including: Parks, Hiking Trails, Beaches and Waterfalls.
- One of the few towns not created by the sugar plantations, Kaua'i's city of Hanapepe has a unique landscape. Literary lovers enjoy visiting the towns Talk Story Book Store which is the westernmost bookstore in the United States. The area also hosts the annual Kaua'i Orchid & Art Festival and is home to a famous swinging bridge.
Anahola Beach Park is a white sand beach with calm, supervised water suitable for all-ages swimming, and a surf break located on the outer edge of the park's reef. Additional activities include snorkelling, scuba diving, bodyboarding, fishing and camping.
Bursting with a riot of color, the 240-acre Na Aina Kai Botanical Garden is a non-profit center of horticulture, conservation and sustainable agriculture. The grounds are divided into adjacent gardens that demonstrate diverse environments and ecosystems. The most popular include the mossy canyon garden and the …
Specializing in Polynesian remedies, Hawaiian Organic Noni Farm provides tours of its organic fruit farm where visitors can learn about the harvesting and drying process. The tour lasts three hours long and has narration from a local farmer.
Larsen's Beach, or Ka'aka'aniu Beach, is an undeveloped north shore beach. The beach is suitable for swimming, but it is not recommended due to sea urchins and sharp coral. An offshore reef makes the beach a good destination for snorkeling.
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.