The serene environment of Kauai is ideal for keiki (children) of all ages. From beaches to old-fashioned railroad trains, this island offers a variety of fun activities for the whole family.

See Waimea Canyon and learn about Kauai's environment at the Kokee Natural History Museum in Kokee State Park. Let the little ones walk to the end of the pier at Hanalei Bay and play in the sand on the North Shore. You can also catch the hula show at the Smith Family Garden Luau or head to Lydgate State Park to play in the wooden play structure that will entertain your kids for hours. Don't forget a ride on the Kauai Plantation Railway in the Kilohana Estate, which is bound to bring a smile to your child's face. And that's what really counts on your family vacation on Kauai.

  • Beaches of Kauai - 50 miles of white sand beaches surround Kauai, offering nice spots for swimming, snorkeling and sunbathing.
  • Festivals of Kauai - Join in on the year-round celebrations of Kauai Festivals to experience how residents honor the culture of the islands.
  • Historic Places of Kauai - From Captain Cook's arrival in Waimea to the first sugar plantation in Koloa, take the time to explore Kauai's rich history.
  • Hula on Kauai - See authentic hula throughout Kauai at seasonal festivals, competitions, luau and live performances at hotels and resorts.
  • Live Music on Kauai - You'll find live music venues throughout Kauai in restaurants, lounges and in the island's fine hotels and resorts.