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Where to eat, stay and play in Kauai

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Eat

Breakfast

Nothing beats brunch at Java Kai, located on the main highway in Kapaa! They have unbelievably good espresso coffee, tasty smoothies and delicious food. The colourful dragonfruit bowl is a real treat... it tastes like ice cream for breakfast but is surprisingly healthy.

Java kai Kauai

Photo: @jttschrzr

Lunch 

Located in a prime location along the beach, the Lava Lava Beach Club is the perfect place to spend an afternoon with a good selection of cocktails and a large menu to suit anyone.

Lava Lava Beach Club

Photo: @llbckauai

Dinner 

Take a spectacular sunset cruise along the Na Pali Coastline, the dramatic views of this coastline can not be missed! There are a few companies that do similar packages with a variety of food and drink options. 

Nā Pali Coast State Park

Photo: @napalicraze

Stay

Ko'a Kea Hotel and Resort - With only 121 rooms, this small boutique hotel is an intimate escape from major resorts. The resort lies on Poipu Beach, closer to the beach than most hotels. 

Ko'a Kea Hotel and Resort

Photo: @courtneymum5

Play

Queens Bath

Float in a rock pool with ocean waves crashing all around you. Keep your eyes peeled and you might even see some turtles. 

Queens Bath, Kiholo Bay

Photo: @danithurman

The Waimea Canyon

Known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, the Waimea Canyon stunning views and sheer size does not disappoint! If you're up for a hike, the Waipoo Falls are worth a visit! 

Waimea Canyon, Kaua’i, Hawai’

Photo: @dannywild11

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