Hotel at a Glance: Wyndham Bali Hai Villas
The mini waterfalls, giant boulders, and palm trees that surround the pool area at Wyndham Bali Hai Villas echo the natural beauty of Kauai, arguably the most geographically diverse Hawaiian island. In addition to this idyllic spot, Wyndham Bali Hai Villas puts guests within reach of the island's white-sand Pacific beaches, lush green valley vistas, and vibrant natural flora.
- Bali Hai Beach is just a mile away.
- In your villa you'll find a full kitchen with granite countertops, a private balcony, and cable TV.
Horseback riding and ziplining are popular pastimes at Princeville Ranch, located 2 miles away.
- Picturesque golf courses nearby include Ocean Nines Golf Course, Princeville Golf Course, and Woods Nine Golf Course.
- Stunning ocean vistas await from a 550-foot bluff at Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge, a 20-minute drive away. You might also spot rare seabirds, spinner dolphins, and Hawaiian monk seals.
Kauai Island, Hawaii: Garden Isle with Waterfalls, Green Valleys, and the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific”
Kauai is the oldest and northernmost island in the Hawaiian chain—and arguably one of the greenest, thanks to its lush tropical forests. From waterfalls spilling over jagged cliffs to the misty mountains framing the beaches, the peaceful landscape here inspired Travel + Leisure to rank Kauai as 1 of the top 10 islands in the world. It’s where you’ll find the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific”—the 14-mile-long, 1-mile-wide Waimea Canyon. More colorful than the comparable Arizona site, the gaping gulch mystifies visitors with red lava beds, green overgrowth, and brown walls that change hue with the light.
Along the shore, Kauai’s reef-protected waters make it popular for surfing, boogie boarding, and snorkeling. Several adventure-tour companies rent out sea kayaks for exploring shoreline caves or the rivers cutting through the island’s interior rainforests. Oceanfront golf courses offer a more laid-back alternative for outdoorsy types.
The Na Pali Coast, "one of Hawaii's most spectacular natural attractions" according to Frommer's, is a 16-mile stretch of sea cliffs that tower above the Pacific. It's possible to take a helicopter or boat tour of this landmark, but one of the best ways to experience it is by foot on one of the hiking trails. Kalalau Trail, one of the most popular, starts at a sea-level beach and then climbs steadily uphill along the coastline with sweeping views along the way (albeit with sometimes treacherously narrow pathways).
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