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Gentlemen, do not forget that Valentine’s Day 2020 is already around the corner! Make sure you are prepared to treat your loved one right with a romantic voyage to Kauai. This Hawaiian island features some incredible activities that will make for the best Valentine’s Day yet. Here are some romantic Kauai activities to choose from:

Find the Perfect Beach

Kauai is beautiful all year round, so spending some time on the beach around Valentine’s is easy. Take your loved one to a romantic setting like a tucked away beach off the beaten path. We recommend Maha’ulepu Beaches on the southern side of the island. The wind is not strong as the beach is located in a bay. Maha’ulepu Beaches technically consists of three individual beaches: Gillin’s Beach, Kawailoa Bay, and Ha’ula Beach. Expect to find some peace and quiet as these beaches are past all the local resorts. Bring a picnic and bottle of wine to spend several hours here.

Check Out the Art Scene

Kauai, more specifically the town of Hanapepe, is an artistic haven with local galleries featuring all kinds of wonderful art. Take your loved one on a romantic tour of the art galleries where you can take in the scenery together. You may even find a special item to take home with you to remember your time together in Kauai. Hanapepe Art Night is every Friday from 6:00 PM to 9:00 PM. While appetizers may be available, it is best to eat before starting the walk.

Romantic Dinner for Valentine’s

No Valentine’s Day is complete without a romantic dinner during the evening. Kauai features a wide assortment of restaurants that host Valentine’s dinners for the holiday. One popular restaurant is Beach House Restaurant. While the name might be simple, the food is anything but that. Beach House Restaurant is found right off the coast in Koloa and is the perfect spot to enjoy incredible sunset views from the patio or window. This beachfront eatery features delicious Pacific Rim cuisine and a vibrant selection of cocktails. Make sure to place your reservation now as Beach House Restaurant is a popular Valentine’s destination.

Start Planning Kauai Activities for Valentine’s 2020

Valentine’s really is just around the corner, so make sure you book your vacation rental today. There is an endless beauty found on Kauai that you and your loved one can enjoy together. Call today and see which rentals are available for your romantic stay filled with Kauai activities.

Kaua`i has something to offer everyone, from breathtaking hikes to secluded beaches. Whether you stay in one of our relaxed bungalows on the peaceful North Shore or on the edge of the surf on the sunny southern beaches, you’ll find no shortage of wonderful ways to relax and enjoy the Aloha spirit that embodies this beautiful island. Our island offers plenty of attractions on Kauai to do in any season, but no matter when you visit there are some things you simply cannot miss!

Majestic Scenery With Our Attractions on Kauai

Lush and remote, forbidding yet welcoming, the Nā Pali Coast on Kaua‘i’s North Shore is a series of razor sharp ridges and vertical sea cliffs that create pockets of secluded beaches and deep, emerald valleys accessible only by foot. Even if you are not up for the full 11-mile hike (that’s one-way, and overnight permits are required) you should take in the incredible views from the trail head. Rising and falling across streams and valleys, the Kalalau trail winds along the base of the 4,000-foot high pali (cliffs), crossing streams and visiting magical waterfalls. Less experienced hikers can hike the first two miles and relax at Hanakāpīʻai Beach, then either turn back or visit the beautiful waterfall another two miles inland. Other options to see the cliffs include helicopter tours and ocean charters in catamarans, inflatables, and kayaks. No matter how you go, the Nā Pali Coast is not to be missed.

A World Wonder

In Kaua‘i’s interior is the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific,” and it is every bit as impressive as its Arizona cousin. This 10-mile long gorge drops away over 3,600 feet to its floor. Its walls are a vibrant sea of reds and greens, and two lookouts offer stunning views of the surrounding area. Hiking trails allow you to take scenic walks or explore the canyon floor below. Above the canyon another series of lookouts provide stunning views of the Na Pali Coast from above. A scenic drive from any of our Arrived Now vacation rentals, it is well worth it to behold this natural wonder close up. You might even get to meet Hawai‘i’s state bird, the Hawaiian Goose (nene)!

Beautiful Beaches Abound

It is impossible to pick the perfect beach on Kaua‘i, there are simply too many. All we recommend is that you take in at least one! As one of the oldest Hawaiian Islands, Kaua‘i has more coral reef and more sandy beaches than her younger siblings, and finding your favorite beach is half the fun. In Princeville, Lumahai and Hanalei Bay are must-see, and The Queen’s Bath tidepools are fun for all ages. In the south, Poipu Beach is one of America’s Best beaches and should not be missed with its warm crescents of golden sand, natural wading pools, and excellent snorkeling, swimming, and surfing.

The beauty of a Hawaiian vacation is you can do everything or nothing at all. And while it might be hard to pry yourself away from your relaxing vacation home through Arrived Now, we know you will love these must-see attractions, no matter where on the island you call home. Aloha!

Contact us today to book one of our stunning vacation rentals!