Kauai Beach Locations
Kauai is a very popular island for smaller Weddings and Elopements. Its vast lush green rainforests and tall mountain peaks offer some of the world's most break taking views! Kauai has so much to see and do, it makes the ideal Wedding and Honeymoon destination!
You may not know that Kauai's mountainous rainforests are one of the wettest places on earth... However, fortunately, usually, the beaches are your typical sunny tropical paradise.
🌺 Popular Locations - Our most popular locations in Kauai are Tunnels Beach & Hanalei Bay, both located on Kauai's North Shore. Click below to find out more.
😷 Traveling to Kauai - Anyone traveling to Kauai after April 5th, 2021 can bypass the "resort bubble" 3-day quarantine by completing the pre-flight testing program in effect for all Hawaiian Islands. You can read more about the travel requirements by clicking HERE.
👥 Group Sizes & Guest Count - There are currently no restrictions on Kauai to the maximum number of guests allowed listed in the packages.
Kauai is Hawaii’s fourth largest island and is known as the “Garden Isle” which reflects accurately it's green and lush environment.
The oldest and northernmost island in the Hawaiian chain is draped in emerald valleys, sharp mountain spires and jagged cliffs, all aged by time and the elements.
If you choose this beautiful island for you destination wedding you will discover the undeniable allure of Kauai.
The Grand Canyon: Obviously it's not "The Grand Canyon". It is however know as the Grand Canyon of Kauai and we think it is certainly worth checking out. There are many viewing areas to see the vast Canyon below!
Visit Hanalei Bay: Right out of the song "Puff the Magic Dragon in a town called Hanalei" Hanalei Bay sits in a valley on the North Shore of Kauai. Known in the 60's for being a hippy town it still displays is chill and relaxing vibes of times gone by. It's worth a few hours to visit the local stores and checkout the restaurants.
Sun and Surf: Right next to Hanalei Town is Hanalei Bay! It's a great place to rent a board and learn to surf. If surfing isn't your think then you can Kayak the Wailua River. Snorkel on Poipu Beach. Hike the trails of Kokee State Parkland even go zip-lining above Kauai’s lush valleys.