Visiting the Garden Isle any time of the year is magnificent, but the spring season on Kauai deserves special attention, as Hawaii’s oldest island seems to burst forth more exuberantly during the months of March, April and May. If you are visiting more specifically for the Easter holiday, the weather is typically excellent. See how you can enjoy Easter in Kauai below!
On the island of Kauai, the windward (northeastern) side contains some of the best beaches in the world, while the leeward (southwestern) side not only presents equally magnificent shorelines, but also a one-of-a-kind mountainous landscape. Of course, many visitors choose to spend the day on the beach at places such as Hanalei Bay Beach, Kee Beach, Tunnels Beach, Baby Beach, the list goes on and on. In addition to the spectacularly easy access to the sand, Kauai also offers an amazing of array of activities. On land, try an adventure upon an ATV and explore the tropical trails that crisscross scenic landscapes of inimitable beauty.
Moreover, you can forego the wheels and tour the island on horseback with one of the many operators located all over the island. For a bird’s-eye view, book a helicopter tour and experience the island from above. The regular chopper is exhilarating, but reserve one with no doors to feel your heart pumping! If you choose to embark upon the waves, the outfitters on the island provide boat tours, fishing charters, kayaking adventures, snorkeling lessons, sunset cruises, whale watching and much, much more. Simply stated, a visit to Kauai for most travelers during Easter does not necessarily require the egg hunts and Sunday services because chances are these activities and attractions will entice everyone to explore the gorgeous garden isle.
The word Easter is practically synonymous with brunch, and no matter where you are on Kauai, visitors can find a tasty brunch menu at a variety of restaurants. If you are in Lihue, start the morning with a visit to Kauai Bakery & Cinnamon to pick up some fresh malasadas or Portuguese donuts. Afterward, the Tip Top Café or Kalaheo Café & Coffee Co. prepare fresh, locally sourced Hawaiian style breakfasts. For more of an upscale experience, Duke’s always presents a bountiful brunch at all of his restaurants throughout Hawaii. Do not forget, if you want the luau experience, try Smith’s Family Luau or Luau Kalamuku; both options are excellent for the entire family.
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