After a greeting by traditional Hawaiian musicians playing beautiful island songs, admire a lava rock grotto covered with tropical ferns. Located at the south side of the historic, sacred Wailua River, the area serves as a natural amphitheater, providing powerful acoustics. The trip up the river takes about 40 minutes via a long flat-bottom riverboat. Boats depart every 30 minutes.
Activities & Adventures
From Mild to Wild, There's a Kauai Adventure for Everyone
Explore the Best of Kauai
Whether you feel like relaxing on the beach amidst perfect breezes, warm sand, and tranquil blue water, or hiking through Waimea Canyon on a picturesque adventure-by-foot, Plantation Hale Suites provides plentiful options to quench every Kauai vacationer’s thirst. Below are just a few of the many Kauai attractions in the area.
Kauai Coffee Company
Kauai Coffee started in the early 1800’s as McBryde Sugar Company, one of the first sugar growers in Hawaii. It became Kauai Coffee in 1987, creating the delicious estate coffee is now known for. Stop by for a tour, partake in some coffee samples, and wander leisurely through their Gift Shop and Museum.
The Kauai Museum is a cultural sanctuary housing numerous Hawaiian artifacts and art of Native Hawaiians. It is also a must-see Kauai attraction, offering an extensive book collection, unique Hawaiian crafts, Niihau shell leis, and vintage collectibles.
This majestic 173-foot waterfall was brought to fame when it was featured on the opening credits of the popular television show Fantasy Island. Driving up Highway 56, visitors can break at the roadside lookout for an astonishing view of the falls.