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Can you drive completely around Kauai?
The island is circular in shape with one main road connecting the North Shore and West Side of the island. You cannot drive completely around the island, the rugged and beautiful Na Pali Coast makes that impossible. Drive through quaint coastal towns and rural upcountry neighborhoods while exploring Kauai. via
How many miles is it to drive around Kauai?
While our island is almost circular, (approximately 25 miles wide and 33 miles long) the Napali coastline prohibits construction of roads from the north shore to the west side, so driving times from one end of the island (Ke'e Beach on the northshore) to the west side (Polihale Beach) will take roughly 2 hours 50 via
Is driving in Kauai easy?
Driving around the island of Kauai is not only easy, but also offers stunning views of white-sand beaches, dramatic cliffs, and lush tropical valleys and forests. In a single day you can enjoy a bright sunny day on the beach on the South Shore and smell the sweet floral fragrances after a rainstorm on the North Shore. via
How many days do you need to see Kauai?
Many first-time visitors stop in Kauai for four days while island hopping between two or three islands. Four days is enough time to see the best of the island (except for several days-long hikes like the Na Pali Coast). via
Should I stay Princeville or Poipu?
Princeville is on a bluff so you have gorgeous views of the mountains and water but beach access isn't as easy as in Poipu. Some places to stay have paths to beaches like Hanalei Bay Resort and others have difficult access. Poipu is known as the sunny side of the island, but in May its pretty darn nice all over. via
Do you need a car in Kauai?
Unless you're on a fairly leisurely schedule, you'll need a car or other motorized vehicle to see and do everything on Kauai, which has one major road—one lane in each direction in most places—that rings the island except along the Napali Coast. via
Which side of Kauai is best?
The Southern Shore of Kauai is where you'll find the best weather, as it's both drier and has more sun along this part of the island. This makes this part of the island especially popular with visitors, so you'll also discover an abundance of great shopping and dining options here in addition to the many resorts. via
Is there Uber in Kauai?
Ride-hailing apps, such as Uber and Lyft, are also available on Kauai. via
How do you get around Kauai without a car?
It's possible to get around Kauai by shuttle, tour bus, taxi or public transportation system. via
Is it worth renting a car in Kauai?
If you are staying on the North or South shore you should definitely get a rental car. If your budget is tight, you might be able to save some money by staying near the airport around Lihue. The Kauai Marriott near Lihue offers complimentary shuttle service to and from the airport. via
Whats better Maui or Kauai?
Stunning coastlines, towering mountains, and lush jungles abound on both islands. However, the main difference between the two islands comes down to the variety in the landscapes, which Maui wins by a narrow margin. Maui: All in all, the scenery on Maui is more accessible than what's found on Kauai. via
Is Uber good in Kauai?
Maui Uber and Lyft
Like Big Island and Kauai, these rideshare services work well in the populated towns, but you shouldn't count on getting back to your accommodations from more remote attractions via rideshare. You can get to anywhere around Kahului from the airport for under $15. via
Is 3 days enough in Kauai?
No, three days isn't enough in Kauai. Honestly, we just returned from a week on Kauai and that felt a few days too short. If you want to fully explore the island and have some days to relax on the beach, ten days would be the perfect stay length. via
What should you not miss on Kauai?
7 Things You Can't Miss on Kauai
Can you spend a week on Kauai?
As the island is small and it is possible to make day trips, you may decide to spend the duration of your week in Kauai in one place. However, the recommended option is to break up your vacation by region. via