- Our list of the best things to do in Princeville, Hawaii, features the top 259 nearby activities — including 147 great attractions with user approval ratings of 90% or more!
- Princeville, HI has a variety of great sights and experiences nearby. Top categories include: Outdoor Places, Tours, Water Activities, and Adventures.
- The results below include the top 20 things to do within the city of Princeville, HI , followed by 238 popular activities in nearby cities, including Kapaa, Hanalei, Lihue, Kilauea, Koloa, Poipu, Hanapepe, Waimea, Kekaha, Eleele, Kalaheo, Kealia, Anahola, Wailua, Hanamaulu, Lawai and Makaweli
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.
Duke's Kayak Adventures takes guests on a 40-minute kayak up the river and 40-minute hike to Secret Falls, a 120-foot waterfall in Kaui's rainforest. Enjoy an optional lunch prepared on-site and explore the falls.
Located along the western side of Waimea Canyon, the Awaawapuhi Trail features a trail distance of roughly six and a half miles for a roundtrip. In addition to hiking, there are opportunities for birdwatching, wildlife watching, and panoramic views.
Modeled on ancient Japanese Buddhist pilgrimage sites, the Lawai International Center is a spiritual institution maintained by volunteers. It features 88 individual mini-shrines an is open to visitors of all faith traditions.
A traditional South Indian monastery-temple, Kauai's Hindu Monastery is the headquarters and seminary for the Saiva Siddhantha Church. Visitors can participate in morning worship. A once-weekly guided tour provides access to the gardens and grounds, temple, and a 12-foot granite statue of the God Siva.
A three-hour visit to the Steelgrass Chocolate Farm Tour includes the Steelgrass gardens, home to exotic tropical plants and rare black bamboo, and the chocolate orchard and tasting tent. Learn about chocolate 'from branch to bar' with a processing demonstration and eleven-course dark chocolate tasting.
Tourists and residents adore Kealia Beach because of its warm, clear water, immaculate sand and open sky. Its temperate, humid climate remains constant throughout the year. Kealia Beach is also one of Hawaii's top surfing destinations.