All of our Kauai private home rentals afford you with convenient locations, out of this world scenic views, and luxurious amenities, with something for every style of vacation. Our 3-bedroom rentals feature one or more master suites with private bathrooms that boast Jacuzzi tubs, glass-walled walk-in showers, and dual vanities. Every unit is furnished with Hawaiian-themed furniture including plush sofas, end tables, and comfortable love seats while tasteful island décor is accompanied by warm tropical wood accents, plush carpets, and tile floors. Most of our units feature split-level floor plans with plenty of natural light thanks to large windows and vaulted ceilings, meaning you will have both plenty of privacy and plenty of space for socializing with your travel companions. Open concept kitchens boast granite counter tops, modern appliances, and plenty of serving space. Enjoy your meals at the kitchen bar, in the formal dining room, or with outdoor seating on the lanai. No matter where you choose to stay, our vacation homes all feature beautiful views of the ocean and breathtaking vistas full of legendary sunsets and mountains ringed with silvery waterfalls.
Amenities in Our Kauai Private Home Rentals
We feature Kauai private home rentals in some of the top resorts on Kaua‘i, each loaded with incredible resort-style amenities. You and your guests will enjoy tropical jungle pools, outdoor Jacuzzis, cabana lounges, and barbecue pits. It has never been easier to slip into vacation mode! Stroll acres of beautifully landscaped grounds, exotic gardens, and jungle paths. Step outside your back door and walk along miles of sandy beach, or take the kids for a swim in one of the protected ocean lagoons perfect for beginning swimmers, snorkelers, and surfers. Check out the on-site fitness centers or stop by the activity center to see the day’s goings on or to plan a hike or tour of a nearby attraction; there is always something to do here in paradise.
Exploring the Very Best of Kauai
When you book a private home rental on the stunning island of Kauai, it’s easy to get swept away in the comfort, convenience and island-inspired style that awaits. While it’s tempting to spend time indoors, soaking up the welcoming amenities and features, this is an island that’s best enjoyed when you’re out exploring, adventuring and discovering all there is to see. When you’re looking to expand your itinerary to include the best of activities and fun, here are a few that you won’t want to leave off the list. Stopping by these landmarks is a sure way to make your trip to Kauai truly unforgettable from start to finish.
Visit Allerton Garden
Good things take time and that’s never as visibly true as it is when you book a guided tour at Allerton Garden. These 2.5-hour experiences take guests through one of the most ornate gardens imaginable that’s been worked and sculpted by a multitude of hands over the years. Situated along the south shore, Allerton Garden is comprised of 80 acres of impressive land and is considered an architectural landscape in and of itself. From water features and sculptures to Bay Fig Trees, this garden brings visions to life through color, texture and natural design.
Explore Ha’ena State Park
When you’re a traveler with a taste for adventure who also loves moments of connection with nature, make your way to the north shore of Kauai and enjoy time exploring beautiful Ha’ena State Park. Known and loved worldwide for its vast sea caves, Ha’ena State Park is also notorious for its turquoise waves, impressive swells and scenic beaches that are ideal for sunbathing or beachcombing. While this area isn’t a great place to swim thanks to aggressive tides, it’s the perfect place for those who love to put their skills to the test on a surfboard.
Hike the Kalalau Trail
For those who love to lace up their boots and explore the best of vacation destination trails no matter where they roam, a trek along the Kalalau is sure to challenge and inspire. This 11-mile route follows the wild Na Pali coast and stretches from Ke’e Beach to Kalalau Beach—terrain that is exclusively accessible by foot! The first two miles of the trail are decidedly difficult and require hikers to make their way over and up rocky landscapes. Hikers can turn around at the 2-mile mark and make their way back or continue on for an additional two miles to Hanakapi’ai falls. While this section of the trail is equally challenging, once you reach the falls, you’ll enjoy views of 300-foot cascades and be able to take some time for a swim in the freshwater pools below! For those hikers that consider themselves advanced at the sport, it’s entirely possible to complete the 11-mile trail within a couple of days, but you’ll need to acquire the proper camping permits and be well-prepared to take on everything this wilderness brings with it. While an independent trek of the Kalalau Trail can make for amazing memories when you’re an experienced hiker, those that are looking for a bit more direction may be interested in setting up a guided hike of this area instead.
Enjoy Time at Queen’s Bath
The thrill of a trip to Kauai is often those encounters with some of nature’s finest work and a stop at Queen’s Bath is definitely one of those moments. This tide pool located on the northern end of the island is categorized as a large sinkhole, but is protected by the Pacific’s churning waves thanks to a collection of surrounding rocks. The months of May through October bring the calmest waters to Queen’s Bath, also marking the best time of year to come and observe the sinkhole from above. While many visitors come to simply see this landmark location up close, others take more of a risk and go for a swim. The area is surrounded with caution flags and while swimming isn’t prohibited, it’s important to be extra cautious when attempting this endeavor. Whether you come to look or adventure in the water, a trip to Queen’s Bath is bound to be an unforgettable highlight of your Kauai journey. Don’t forget your camera for this portion of the trip as the blue waters contrasted against the towering rocks is sure to make for some spectacular shots.
Dine at Duke’s Kauai
No matter how you’ve spent your time exploring the island, chances are at some point, you’ll have a craving to curb. When you’re in the mood for American favorites, seafood or steak combined with a view, head over to Duke’s Kauai for a little bit of it all. Situated at 3610 Rice Street, Duke’s provides guests with the option to dine indoors or out on the spacious patio in the island breeze. Enjoy everything from a mouthwatering burger to fish and chips while you’re here and don’t hesitate to linger and enjoy a handcrafted cocktail as the sun goes down.
We feature Kauai vacation home rentals in the top resorts on Kaua‘i, but you won’t have to pay through the nose for world-class resort experiences. Our advanced search engine helps you find the perfect luxury Kauai rental for your next vacation and booking direct through our website means we can pass incredible savings on to you. Contact us today to start planning your perfect island getaway!