Secluded beaches, fragrant flowers, cascading waterfalls and an unhurried pace make the Garden Island of Kauai the tropical centerpiece of Hawaii.

Explore Kauai

 Numerous geological surprises await you, including Waimea Canyon, known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, and Mount Waialeale, located within a rain forest. Elsewhere on Kauai you’ll find familiar views — Lumahai Beach, where parts of the classic movie" South Pacific" were filmed, as well as the mystical Hanalei Bay and breathtaking Bali Hai used in the opening scenes of "Jurassic Park." Feel the Aloha Spirit in the air everywhere you go. From the welcoming and friendly lei-greeting locals to the rich folklore and songs — the beauty of Kauai makes the perfect soundtrack for your stay.
From hiking to see cascading waterfalls to sampling fresh seafood, experience the Aloha Spirit with a 5-night stay. Any time is a good time to visit with warm weather year-round. Expect brief showers, although you can stay drier on the South Shore. Elevate your getaway with a Delta Vacations tour, bolded below: 


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Stay: Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa, features large suites and an array of Hawaiian entertainment. Make a splash with multi-level pools, a salt water lagoon and a lazy river.

Must See: The “Grand Canyon of the Pacific” on a Waimea Canyon Tour.

Don’t Miss: Walking where “Jurassic Park” scenes were filmed on a visit to Allerton Garden.

Do Try: Made-from-scratch macadamia nut ice cream at Lappert's Hawaii in Koloa Town.


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Stay: Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa with luxurious amenities, onsite bars, spa accommodations and golf courses.

Must See: Napali Coast’s lush green valleys, waterfalls and sea caves by air on an Ultimate Kauai Adventure Helicopter Tour.

Don’t Miss: Visiting the galleries, walking the swinging bridge and touring the historic town of Hanapepe, the art capital of Kauai.

Do Try: Brews from the largest coffee farm in the U.S. at Kauai Coffee Estate. And sample premium Hawaiian rums from the tasting room at Koloa Rum Company.

This is just a taste of all you can see, do and try in Kauai. Go ahead, start booking a vacation that fits your style perfectly with the freedom to choose from great hotels and exciting tours.

Whether you are a family, couple or friends vacationing together, check out more info below or call our vacation experts at 1-800-800-1504 for assistance and tips!

The wild, rugged and majestic Napali Coast on Kauai’s north shore features panoramic views of the vast Pacific Ocean, emerald green cliffs and cascading waterfalls. The magic of the Napali Coast with its untouched, unspoiled beauty is the ultimate adventure. The best way to view this 17-mile area of coastline is by air or by sea. Helicopter tours offer an eagle-eye view of 100-foot waterfalls. It’s an exciting activity the entire family can enjoy. Guided kayaking trips paired with hiking will replenish your spirit from a towering perspective.

Other must-do activities include being serenaded by Hawaiian musicians at Fern Grotto. Watch the ocean spray up to 50 feet in the air at the Spouting Horn. Witness thousands of humpback whales migrating during the peak season (January to February) from a great vantage point, such as Poipu, Napali Coast and Port Allen. Head to Princeville for one of the most spectacular golf experiences anywhere on the planet. Here, the Prince Golf Course tests even masters with a demanding layout — climbing slopes and careening down hills.

If you’re looking for a memento to take home that is unique to the island, small boutique shops, craft fairs and outdoor markets are the place to go. Or, head over to one of the island's shopping malls for a wide range of retail stores. For art collectors, Kauai has a large community of artisans and fine artists who showcase their creations all around the island.


The island’s diverse population is apparent in its restaurants, which offer authentic Chinese, Korean, Japanese, Thai, Vietnamese and Hawaiian dishes — just to mention a few. Choices range from fine cuisine in world-class resorts to local favorites in the small town beachside bars. Don’t miss going to a luau, where you can dine on a kalua pig cooked in an earth oven. Watch the hula performed at sunset, or a thrilling Samoan fire-knife dance. Or, simply settle under the stars, while listening to the ukulele softly strumming.

Delta Vacations vacation packages include round-trip airfare aboard Delta Air Lines® to Lihue Airport (LIH). Round-trip transfers between the airport and hotels are available for purchase.

Looking to book a flight and car package?

National Premium Package 

In Hawaii, we offer the National Premium Package, which lets you pre-register all your rental information online to expedite the rental process, so you can bypass the rental counter and go directly to your car. In addition, all insurance, taxes and surcharges are included. You have your choice of vehicles; up to five additional drivers are included at no extra charge.

Alamo® Rent A Car, Enterprise® Rent-A-Car and National® Car Rental

Make the most of your vacation by exploring Hawaii with a rental car from Alamo, Enterprise or National. See the sights, take the family out to dinner, and explore all this fabulous destination has to offer with the freedom of a rental car.


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