Poʻipū on Kauaʻi's South Shore is a wonderland of diversity with excellent beaches for swimming and snorkeling and a wealth of historical and scenic sites.
Poʻipū is fun for everyone and offers a large number of activities to enjoy. The adventurous will find kayaking, scuba diving, snorkeling, hiking, surfing, mountain biking, deep-sea fishing, horseback riding, and ATV tours on Kauaʻi’s South Shore. Golfers have 36 holes of championship play and there are lots of tennis courts. View Kauaʻi's coastline with an ocean cruise, or enjoy a thrilling helicopter ride above its rugged interior. No matter what age, Poʻipū has something for everyone in the family.
The National Tropical Botanical Garden at Poʻipū is the only garden of its kind to be chartered by the U.S. Congress.
If you’re a golfer, tee off Poʻipū-style. With two 18-hole championship courses designed by Robert Trent Jones, Jr., Poʻipū offers some of the finest golf on Kauaʻi. Enjoy a round of golf while soaking in some Kauaʻi sunshine and seeing the amazing Poʻipū mountain and ocean views.
If you’re planning a wedding or honeymoon, many businesses at sunny Poʻipū Beach provide a full range of wedding and vow renewal services to celebrate your memorable occasion. Kauaʻi is considered by many to be one of the most romantic and beautiful islands on earth.
The Kōloa Heritage Trail, Ka Ala Hele Waiwai Hoʻolina o Kōloa, will take you through 5 million years of exploration highlighting the natural history, archaeology, culture and history of the Kōloa District of Kauaʻi and its people. The Kōloa Heritage Trail is spread along ten miles and includes fourteen stops and monuments describing the significance of the locations at or near Poʻipū.
There is a lot to see and do in Poʻipū on Kauaʻi’s South Shore. Contact us for an oceanfront vacation rental.