Area Attractions

A fun and memorable stay is waiting for you at Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa. We offer our guests an abundance of things to do in Kauai including a variety of water and land sports - from championship golf, hiking, and mountain biking to scuba diving, and dancing at a traditional Luau. 

Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort and Spa

1571 Poipu Road
Koloa, Hawaii, United States, 96756



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Adventure Activites

ATV Tours

Climb aboard an All-Terrain Vehicle for the chance to navigate through some of the most incredible areas of Kauai. Visit waterfalls, travel along scenery so stunning it is used for movies, ride through a naturally dug tunnel and more.

Helicopter Tours

Truly one of the best ways to see all that the island has to offer. Helicopters can take you to areas that would be otherwise inaccessible, as well as giving an amazing viewpoint on some of the most famous attractions. Get a bird’s eye view of Waimea Canyon, tour the coastline or travel over a hidden waterfall.


Imagine flying through the air, examining the magnificent terrain from a totally new perspective. Glide across waterfalls, traverse the treetops, even dive into beautiful hidden natural pools. Most zipline excursions include lunch or snack, as well as time to enjoy the scenery.


Witness one of the island’s engineering feats as you meander through the manmade ditches and tunnels of a sugar plantation irrigation system. No longer used as a working plantation, this system of waterways has created a unique and fun tubing adventure ideal for the entire family.

Tours and Attractions

Sugar Plantation

Take a tour through the only remaining working plantation on Kauai, one of only two remaining in Hawaii. As one of the world’s largest exporters of sugar in the world, visitors can get a first-hand glimpse into the world of the fields and factory.

Napali Coast

A “must-see” for every visitor to Kauai, this 15-mile stretch of rugged coast is only accessible via boat or hiking. Striking sheer cliffs drop straight down thousands of feet to the ocean, which is home to dolphins, turtles, monk seals and, in the winter, whales.

Boat Tours

Include rafting trips, sunset cruises or snorkeling picnics. Whale watching is included in all winter trips

Movie Locations

he beauty of Kauai makes it a natural setting for many major motion pictures. Take a guided tour by bus or limousine to the scene of movies including Flight of the Intruder, Diamond Head, Dragonfly, The Hawaiians, Islands in the Stream, The Lost World, Mighty Joe Young, Outbreak, Raiders of the Lost Ark & Jurassic Park.

Arts and Culture

Allerton Estate and National Tropical Botanical Garden

Located on the South Shore of Kauai, Allerton Garden is a paradise that has been transformed through time by the hands of a Hawaiian Queen. Treat yourself and someone you love to a special tour of the Allerton Garden at Sunset.

Art Walk at The Shops at Kukuiula

Explore beautiful Kauai through the eyes of local artists every second Saturday of the month from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at Art Walk at the Shops at Kukuiula. Check out eclectic galleries with art ranging from photography and impressionistic art to contemporary art and sculpture. Located two miles from the resort.

Grove Farm Homestead Museum

Experience a day in the life of an 1860s sugar planter on a visit to Grove Farm Homestead. Visitors can explore the sugar plantation lifestyle museum with exhibits about life from 1864-1978, including the restored family home.

Na 'Aina Kai Botanical Gardens & Sculpture Park

Spanning 240 acres, Na ‘Āina Kai features 13 gardens, a hardwood plantation, a moss- and fern-draped canyon, and a pristine sandy beach. More than 70 bronze sculptures are scattered throughout the gardens of this once-private estate.