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Cliffside Kauai Delights. Wyndham Bali Hai Villas, nestled high into the secluded cliff terrain of Princeville, Kauais leading resort community, blends natural and manmade pleasures in magnificent harmony. Along with the north shores sweeping vistas — mountains views that span the entire Hanalei Valley and an ocean panorama that stretches from the famous Bali Hai silhouette to historic Kilauea Crater — youre near two extraordinary golf courses rated among Americas Top 100 as well as wonderful beach, boutique and dining enjoyment. Whether your dream trip includes high-energy fun, quiet downtime or the best of both, our gracious and knowledgeable resort team will make you feel right at home. Wyndham Bali Hai Villas has lovely mountain, garden, or ocean views from each unit and all the benefits of Kauai's magnificent North Shore, including white sand beaches, scenic waterfalls, cliffs, and activities to keep any vacationer happy. The beach is close by, or you can swim in the resort's outdoor pools. Area activities include horseback riding, fishing, surfing, snorkeling, and sailing.
Drive to the panoramic Waimea Canyon. Visit Kauai Museum to learn about Kauai's rich history. Take a boat ride into the beautiful Fern Grotto. See why more than 60 movies and television shows were filmed on Kauai. From the towering slopes of the Napali Coast to the tranquil waters of the Wailua River, Kauai offers a variety of unique sights and discoveries. The museums in the various areas of Kauai are rich in knowledge of the island's heritage, but also informational and interactive. They too are located throughout Kauai in rustic, scenic, incredible venues. Kauai is known not only as the island of discovery, but equally significantly as the Garden Isle.
Everyone visiting Kauai can find a wide variety of fun activities, from mildly energetic to wildly adventurous. Activities here are dynamic and unique. Fortunately, you can participate in seeing Kauai through a variety of pursuits: driving ATVs, surfing, biking, boogie boarding, hiking, kayaking,horseback riding, and tubing are some of the "transportation" activities. See the island's amazing sights from exceptional vantage points -- air tours, windsurfing/kite surfing, water skiing, land tours, and ocean tours, as just a few choices. Favorite pastimes are heightened when you can perform them on Kauai -- golf, SCUBA, SNUBA, snorkeling, fishing, whale watching, andATV, because of the distinctive and magnificent island before you, so take advantage of your idyllic setting. Along with the north shores sweeping vistas — mountains views that span the entire Hanalei Valley and an ocean panorama that stretches from the famous Bali Hai silhouette to historic Kilauea Crater.
Some of Hawaii's best golf -- and most challenging golf courses -- are found on Kauai and most come with an inspiring ocean view or spectacular mountain backdrop. Horseback riding up Hanalei Valley, a place that hasn't changed much in the past one thousand years. Other trails take you to Haupu Valley, along the beach and past the coves of Mahaulepu Beach, or down into Waimea Canyon, known as the 'Grand Canyon of the Pacific.' For fishing, large- and smallmouth bass are taken in Kauai's inland reservoirs. Marlin, ahi, ono, and aku are found in abundance off Kauai's south and east coasts. The Kalalau Trail is the original Hawaiian trail into Kalalau Valley, and offers dramatic views of Na Pali Coast and Kee Beach for hikers. Anini Beach Park and Kalapaki Beach are both good places for windsurfing, especially Anini Beach because it said to have more consistent wind. The best SCUBA diving on Kauai is found along the southern shore because waters are calmer. Be sure to visit Fern Grotto, Kilauea Lighthouse, and Wailua Falls. In Hanalei, see the Taro Farms, the Waioli Mission House, and the Ukululele Concerts. Koloa's attractions include the Sugar Monument, Koloa Heritage Trail, Poipu Beach Park and Spouting Horn Park.