In this post, I’m going to share with you the complete Kauai itinerary. This will make your life easier and all the destinations are illustrated so you can pick the one you really like.

To stay, if you’re on a budget or don’t want to spend all your money in the accommodation that can become pricey in Kauai, I would advise to use AirBnb. Here you can get $50 to travel in Kauai.

The first step to making the most out of your holidays in Kauai is to rent a car, for that, I advise you to use Skyscanner. If you have the budget, go for the convertible, in the US it’s usually not much more than the other car but you get to enjoy Kauai even more.

By the way, if you are looking for a sim card in the airport they are none, so by a US sim card upfront or go to this AT&T store that is right next to the airport (don’t buy it at Walmart !!!)

Day 1 of the Kauai Itinerary

1. Hanakapi falls

Hanakapi falls Kauai Itinerary

2. Queen’s Bath

Queen's Bath Kauai Itinerary

3. Kilauea Lighthouse

Kilauea Lighthouse Kauai Itinerary


Day 2 of the Kauai Itinerary

  1. Waimea Canyon

Waimea Canyon Kauai Itinerary

2. Kalalau Lookout

Kalalau Lookout Kauai Itinerary

3. Na Pali Coast State Park

Na Pali Coast State Park Kauai Itinerary

Day 3 of the Kauai Itinerary

1. Glass Beach

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2. Spouting Horn Blowhole

Spouting horn blowhole Kauai Itinerary

3. Maha’ulepu Heritage Trail

Maha'ulepu Heritage Trail Kauai Itinerary

4. Poipu Beach Park

Poipu Beach Park Kauai Itinerary

Day 4 of the Kauai Itinerary

Wailua Falls

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Helicopter around Kauai – find one on TripAdvisor

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We hope that you enjoy this travel itinerary for Kauai.