When visiting Kauai, there is a wide variety of delectable breakfast restaurants that will help start your day off right; here are some of our favorites.
Kauai Life and HistoryThe best of Kauai life includes finding a Hawaiian Monk Seal on our Kauai beaches. See our latest post about this endangered mammal and ways that you can help protect it on your Kauai vacation.
Kauai is home to a massive variety of fish. Whether you are looking for a trophy or want to see rare fish, you will find it all in Kauai’s waters.
Tourism can take a toll on any vacation destination, and Kauai is no different. Learn how you can do your part to keep Kauai an immaculate place.
The team at Parrish Kauai has compiled a helpful guide for planning an unforgettable wedding on Kauai.
Whether you are out enjoying a Kauai activity or relaxing on the beach, you deserve to treat yourself to a refreshing craft beverage from a Kauai Brewery.
Latest update on the Hanalei Bridge delay caused by the 2021 Hanalei Hill Landslide. What you need to know for your Kauai vacation.
Japanese immigrants built 88 miniature shrines here over 100 years ago. It is now one of the oldest Buddhist temple sites in the USA.
Read out latest updates on visiting these famous Kauai beaches. Parking reservations will be required.
Look for whales from November through March. See them at Poipu and from our oceanfront Kauai vacation rentals.
With tropical greens and magnificent ocean vistas, a visit to the Allerton Garden and McBryde Garden is a walk through paradise. Located near our Poipu vacation rentals, this is where Queen Emma had her summer cottage and notables like Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis came to stay.
Enjoy more time at your favorite Kauai beaches and spend less time driving when you read our Kauai tips. We have also included a Kauai map with distances between points and our scenic road recommendations.
A short distance from our South Shore Kauai vacation rentals and Poipu Resorts is the historic and enchanting community of Old Koloa Town. Our Kauai video captures much of its mid-1800’s charm with Western style buildings that date back to the sugar plantation era.