- Our list of the best things to do in Poipu, Hawaii, features the top 259 nearby activities — including 148 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Poipu, HI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Tours, Water Activities, and Adventures.
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Beginning on Shipwrecks Beach, the Maha'ulepu Heritage Trail is the only path that explores the coastline above and below the beach. It is excellent for hiking and bike tours and offers terrific sunset and sunrise views.
There are several ways in which the clients can enjoy Outfitters Kauai's services. Whether stand-up paddling, ziplining, kayaking, or biking, the tours will take them through canyons, secret falls, sea caves, and many other places.
The Allerton Garden was named by National Geographic as one of the 50 places to see in a lifetime. Besides the many species of plants, it has a visitor's center and an old sugarcane train railroad which takes the visitors inside the 80 acres of the gardens.
Poipu Beach Surf School offers private and small group surfing lessons on Poipu beach for all age groups. They also offer private surf clinics for up to six people lasting three days, and surf camps for adults, boys, and girls.
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Kukuiula Boat Harbor, Poipu, HI 96741 MoreLess Info
Professional marine biologist known as Captain Tara is the focus of the services for Kauai Sea Rider Snorkel & Whale Watching Tours. Visitors are able to have intimate explorations of the local waters and utilize a 24 foot rigid hull inflatable boat.
Kawai Island's Makawehi Lithified Cliffs are found on the southern face of the island. The cliffs were formed by underwater erosion over millenia and are now visible due to changing water levels. The Makawehi Lithified Cliffs are an unusual tourist attraction and a popular photography site.
The primal, remote coastline of Shipwrecks Beach contains the Maha'ulepu Heritage trailhead. The beach is a popular destination for surfers, but the powerful waves make swimming difficult and dangerous, although wading is safe.