The North shore of Kauai is one of the most desirable vacation destinations in the world for many reasons. It is exquisitely beautiful and delightfully undeveloped. The weather is wonderful and the ocean is so warm you can jump right in year round! The people are friendly, always sharing the spirit of aloha. If all that were not enough, there are also lots of fun things to do here on the Garden Isle! And we mean lots!!
Kaua’i is loaded with great places to dine! Atmosphere and cuisine options of restaurants on the Garden Isle are as varied as the island’s terrain. Enjoy everything from on-the-go quick island treats to hot and trendy places for fabulous dinners. (Read more…)
Enjoy our many wonderful, award-winning beaches! Kauai’s white sands meet crystal clear water with inlets, private coves and more outcrops than other islands. The beaches on the north shore offer beauty and recreation that many others cannot match. (Read more…)
The renowned Makai Golf Club is the heart of the Princeville Resort, a golfer’s paradise. The Makai Course winds its way around serene lakes, native woodlands and the spectacular coastline with spectacular views of Bali Hai and Hanalei Bay. (Read more…)
Kauai is one of the most beautiful places in the world. The island is remote, undeveloped and has many wonderful natural and man-made attractions to see when you are here. See some of our favorites…
Up for some adventure?! There are many, many exciting adventures for you to enjoy with friends and family on your Kauai vacation. Take a helicopter tour, kayak on the Hanalei River, cruise up the NaPali coast, swim with sea turtles and more! (Read more…)
On the lush green North Shore of Kauai lies what many consider to be one of the most beautiful vacation destinations on earth, the Princeville Resort. Princeville is the northernmost city in the state of Hawaii. It is set gracefully on 23 acres, surrounded thousands of acres of tropical forests, grass lands and soaring cliffs of the NaPali Coast State Park; all nestled on the edge of the beautiful blue Pacific Ocean.
Princeville was named in honor of an 1860 visit by Prince Albert Kamehameha, son of King Kamehameha IV and Queen Emma. If you look, you will find evidence of the area’s rich history including a successful period of sugarcane production which was followed by a period of cattle farming. In 1968 Princeville became the golf and beach resort that it is today.
Princeville Resort is the treasure of Kauai, the oldest inhabited Hawaiian island. It is a lush and sparkling jewel adjacent to Hanalei Bay and overlooking the Pacific ocean. This cherished location offers spectacular views of legendary Bali Hai, the Na Pali Coast and the ever-changing drama of the Pacific Ocean.
There is so much to see and do! You’ll appreciate Princeville Resort’s close proximity to restaurants, shopping, wild adventure tours, world-rated beaches and the turquoise waters of Hanalei Bay. Princeville is a playground for every summertime activity and water sport under the sun. By land and by sea: hiking, sightseeing, horseback riding, tennis, golf, snorkeling, diving, surfing (surf lessons), kayaking, boogie boarding, stand up paddle boarding, windsurfing and kite boarding. Adventure awaits! Call today to book your next visit to the Garden Isle! 800-800-3637