Visit Kauai for Labor day weekend. A great time of year to enjoy mild temperatures and mellow crowds. With still so much to see and do on the beautiful Garden Island. So plan your vacation destination wisely and take advantage of the low season time of year to visit Kauai Hawaii. If not during the long weekend of Labor Day, perhaps during other dates in the month of September or October thru mid December.Here are some ideas for your Kauai activities:Sunset Watching
Kauai is so special. The sunsets are magical on Kauai. A great way to relax and enjoy the beauty all around you. Whether you come alone or with a special someone experience a spectacular sunset, one of nature's wonders - Free of charge!Be in touch with Mother Nature
There are so many things to do on Kauai. You can partake in ocean activities liking surfing, scuba diving, swimming, and snorkeling. If you love the camping and hiking. The Napali Coast trail to Hanakapiai and Kalalau is for the more experienced level hikers, Sleeping Giant in Wailua, Okolehau Trail in Hanalei, and numerous trails in Koke'e. Check with state officials on trail and weather information. You might consider camping in Kalalau or Koke'e State to really get in touch with mother nature and experience what Kaua'i has to offer. A camping permit is required and it is recommended well in advance. Reserve online at https://camping.ehawaii.gov/camping/welcome.html;jsessionid=1EBED9DAD5D50DE2EA644E3EEDAB5A5D.app.
For all of you golf lovers. Golfing on Kaua'i is a must. The Makai Golf Course in Princeville offers wonderful
views of the Hanalei mountain range and ocean. You can swim, snorkel, scuba dive, or surf too. So whatever you little heart desires - you can do it all. It is safe to say that the weather in September is very promising for the outdoors activities you have in mind. From golden sand beaches and all shades of blue waters to emerald green peaks and desert canyons, you’ll find plenty of options for healthy exercise and unforgettable adventure. If you prefer an expedition of an adventure on your own or with an experienced guide - so be it!Shopping, Dining, and Sightseeing
Kaua'i is different than the other Hawaiian islands, it still harnesses old Hawaii with not as much development compared to Hawaii island, Maui, and Oahu making it an ideal vacation spot for the getaway you're looking for. your much needed getaway. And when you choose to stay in one of our Kauai beachfront vacation homes, you'll have plenty of things to do nearby.