Kauai Beach Resort
Kauai Beach Resort
Kauai Beach Resort Kauai Beach Resort - 4K Aerial Perspective Kauai Beach Drive, Lihu'e, Hawaii, United States/Claim your very own piece of paradise at our 25-acre retreat on Kauai's longest beach near Lihue Airport (LIH). Lounge on pristine white sands and soak up the sun, or make a splash in the sparkling turquoise-blue ocean. No matter how you choose to spend your days, your time at Aqua Kauai beach resort will be absolutely unforgettable.With four swimming pools, exotic waterfalls, four dining options and numerous other resort amenities, Aqua Kauai Beach Resort offers a truly full-service experience. At the end of the day, retire to comfortable guest rooms featuring high-speed Internet access, private balconies and sweeping views of the ocean and mountains. Make your reservation today!Once named America’s Best Beach by the Travel Channel, Poipu offers whale watching from December through May and year-round snorkeling with tropical reef fish. A place where large honu (Hawaiian green sea turtles) also swim freely, though the beach is most famous for sighting the endangered Hawaiian monk seals that sometimes sunbathe on the shore.This iconic mountain ridge, also known as Nounou Mountain, is said to look like a sleeping giant. The hike to the summit, or “forehead” of the Sleeping Giant, takes approximately 2 to 2.5 hours. Pack a picnic and have lunch at the scenic lookout with sweeping views of eastern Kauai, Mt. Waialeale, Wailua River, and the Pacific Ocean.Famous Hanalei Bay is a 2-mile half-moon bay where Hanalei River meets the ocean. An absolutely breathtaking scene of white sandy beach surrounded by majestic mountains and seacliffs. A beautiful ocean playground for swimming, surfing, scuba diving, snorkeling, sailing, kayaking and fishing, this beach was rated “Best Beach in the U.S. for 2009″ by Dr. Beach.On the island’s west side, Waimea Canyon lookout offers magnificent views into the heart of Kauai. As one of Hawaii’s top geological wonders, the lookout point offers a place to admire the vistas of deep gorges and steep crags spanning 14 miles and 3,600 feet deep. There are several trails to traverse for beginners and advanced hikers.