Kauai Hawaii Scuba Diving Packages – Stay & Dive

Hawaiian green sea turtle with tropical fish

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Kauai offers excellent scuba diving year-round, and we are conveniently located almost directly across the road from Koloa Landing, one of Kauai’s most popular shore dive locations. We also offer easy access to Kauai’s best dive shops, tours, and packages. We are divers, and we specialize in creating Kauai dive packages that make the best of Kauai diving easy & affordable.

We are happy to arrange scuba diving trips of any kind, including boat dives to nearby Ni’ihau (the “Forbidden Island”), which many consider one of the best and most exciting dives in all of Hawaii. We can even provide resort dives for non-certified divers, or any other type of dive that is available on Kauai.

Contact us today to arrange your scuba diving adventure on Kauai:

phone: +1 808 212 1942 or toll-free 1 (800) 294-2924
email: info@KauaiBeachInn.com

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Kauai Beach Inn - Poipu Bed and Breakfast
2720 Hoonani Rd KoloaHI96756 USA 
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Kauai Hawaii Weddings

SPECIAL:  Hawaii Wedding Packages Starting at $1,500.00!

Let us help you make your Hawaii Wedding the event of your lifetime! Best of all, you don’t have to spend a fortune for your wedding in paradise. Weddings can be performed on your choice of some of Hawaii’s most romantic and breathtaking beaches, right here on our property, or at the venue of your choice.

Bride at Hawaiian Beach Wedding

We specialize in small, intimate weddings with true aloha, whether you prefer a private wedding with only the bride and groom in attendance or you wish to have a small wedding party. Let us take care of everything for you, and make your wedding a tropical dream come true!

Contact us today to plan your Hawaiian Wedding: call +1 808 212 1942 or toll-free at 1 (800) 294-2924 or email us at info@KauaiBeachInn.com

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Relax like a local on the beach of your choice…

Polihale State Park & Beach Kauai

Polihale State Park lies at the western edge of the NaPali Coast - Photo by Bob Kurtz

Whether you’re looking for the perfect place to swim, snorkel, sunbathe, surf, bodyboard, or just get away from it all, Kauai has just the beach you’re looking for. The Kauai Beach Inn is just a short walk from some of Kauai’s best beaches, including Poipu Beach, and we are centrally located so that you’ll have access to the beach of your choice. So whether you crave the isolation of Polihale Beach (photo above) or the ideal surfing conditions of Hanalei Beach, the Kauai Beach Inn provides the perfect home base from which to explore all of Kauai’s magnificent beaches.

Maha'ulepu Beach from a distance

Maha'ulepu Beach

Maha'ulepu Beach

Remote Maha'ulepu Beach offers sand, swimming, and snorkeling away from the crowds, as well as spectacular views (and even some light hiking for those wishing to explore)

Poipu Beach

Poipu Beach

Poipu Beach

Poipu Beach, considered one of America's best beaches, offers everything from surfing to snorkeling all in one location!

Endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal Resting on a Sandy Beach

Endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal Resting on the Beach

Endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal Resting on the Beach

The endangered Hawaiian Monk Seal, an ancient species of seal, is often seen resting on one of Kauai's many beaches

Surfers & Bodyboarders at Hanalei Beach

Hanalei Beach is famous for its surfing & bodyboarding

Hanalei Beach with Mountains in Background

In addition to some of the finest surfing in Hawaii, Hanalei Beach is a great place to hangout and enjoy the scenery.

Scenery from a Hike Around Nearby Maha'ulepu Beach - Waves Crashing on a Rocky Beach

Waves crashing on the rocky shore near Maha'ulepu Beach

Trail along the ocean leading to Mahaulepu Beach

One of the amazing things about Kauai is the wide variety of beaches that are found here. This is part of the trail to Maha'ulepu Beach, which can only be reached via a bumpy 2-mile (3.2 km) dirt road or an oceanside trail.

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Nearby Maha’ulepu Beach is One of Kauai’s True Hidden Treasures

Mahaulepu Beach in Kauai Hawaii

Remote Mahaulepu Beach offers sand & snorkeling away from the crowds, as well as spectacular views - Photo by Bob Kurtz

There are so many beaches and so many different types of beaches…and waterfalls…and spectacular views here on Kauai that it can be difficult to decide which ones to visit. Fortunately we can help you resolve this dilemma. And with many of Kauai’s attractions, selecting a destination is only half the challenge—after all, on an island where paved roads can only take you to a tiny percentage of what there is to see, you still need to figure out how to get there! We can help you with that too.

We specialize in helping you make the most of your time on Kauai, and that means understanding exactly what you want to get out of your visit so we can guide you accordingly. No two visits to Kauai are alike, and we want yours to be the trip of a lifetime. Nothing is as rewarding to us as hearing one of our guests say, “Wow, thank you so much for the tip! We never would have found that on our own!”

So whether you want a lot of guidance or prefer to explore the island on your own, we can help you find exactly the Kauai you came here to discover.

For more about Kauai beaches, please visit our Kauai Beaches page.

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Why Kauai? Waimea Canyon & the NaPali Coast Just for Starters

Waimea Canyon Ridge - Photo by Ray Gordon

Did you know that in a recent Travel + Leisure Magazine reader survey, Kauai was named the second best island in the world? (The only island ahead of Kauai was Galápagos, and you can’t really live or stay there – in fact, it “can be visited only via boat in the company of a national park guide,” according to Travel + Leisure Magazine.)

There are many reasons for the Garden Island’s popularity, not the least of which are Waimea Canyon and the NaPali Coast.

Waimea Canyon: Often called “the Grand Canyon of the Pacific,” Kauai’s Waimea Canyon is 10 miles long, 1 mile wide, and over 3,500 feet deep. Unlike many of Kauai’s stunning landscapes, Waimea Canyon is very easy to access—in fact, it’s one of very few such places on Kauai that can be seen via a paved road. Of course, there are many miles of hiking trails available for those who wish to experience the canyon on a more personal basis.

NaPali Coast Kauai Panorama

Kauai's NaPali Coast as seen from the ocean

NaPali Coast: Not quite so easy to view as Waimea Canyon, but equally spectacular, is Kauai’s NaPali Coast. There are many ways to experience the NaPali Coast, but none involve an automobile, since the highway basically begins and ends here. For the truly adventurous (and experienced), a 16 mile kayak trip can be accomplished in anywhere from 1 to 3 days. However, in addition to incredible stamina, this requires some planning.

Mostly inaccessible by water during the winter months, timing is everything. As one tour operator likes to describe their 1-day kayak tour, “this will either be the best day or the worst day of your entire vacation.” We’ve had guests tell us that they were in tears for the entire landing at Polihale beach. All that said, Fodors.com points out that “In its second year and second issue, National Geographic Adventure ranked kayaking Napali Coast second on its list of America’s Best 100 Adventures, right behind rafting the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon.”

If you plan to undertake a 2 or 3 day trip, camping permits will be required, and these often must be reserved up to 6 months ahead of time. So if you do plan to kayak the NaPali Coast, it’s best to know what you’re getting yourself into, and start planning well in advance.

Of course there are other ways to see the NaPali Coast that don’t require anywhere near the planning or athleticism that kayaking do. Helicopter tours offer one of the best ways to see all of Kauai, including places that are all but inaccessible any other way. Hiking the famous 11-mile Kalalau Trail is an up-close and personal way to get to know this breathtaking landscape, but this too requires camping and the associated permits. Finally, many boat tours are offered, usually lasting around 4 hours, weather permitting.

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