Kauai is Hawaii’s fourth largest island located 105 miles from Oahu. It is sometimes called the “Garden Isle,” which is an entirely accurate description. It is the oldest and northernmost island in the Hawaiian chain an offers some the most dramatic Kauai Hawaii Real Estate for sale in the island chain. Here you can search every home, condo, townhome, farm, ranch, land and commercial property for sale on Kauai.
The Point At Anini Vista
Situated On The Promontory Of The Dramatic Coastal Bluff Of Kauai’s North Shore With Sweeping Views Of Mountain, Shoreline, Reef And Beyond, This Impressive Estate Fuses Contemporary And Traditional Hawaiian Design Eleme...
Perched On A Bluff Above Secluded Secrets Beach With A 3br/3.5ba Home, This Elevated, 28+ Acre Estate Features Ocean, Mountain And Extended Coastal Vistas, Unfolding Down The Length Of Kauai's North Shore With Na Pali Coast And Mt. Makana On The H...
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Seascapes At Anini Beach Condominium #a, KILAUEA, Hawaii - $29,400,000
"ever-changing Turquoise Water" Is A New Kauai Ocean-bluff Estate Offering Unparalleled Panoramic White Water Ocean/ Beach/ Mountain Views Encompassing Kilauea Light House, Secret Beach, Bali Hai And The Incredible Anini Beach & Reef. Extensive U...
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Hanamaulu & Kalapaki Lot #:1, Lihue, Hawaii - $27,000,000
Situated On The East Coast Of The “garden Isle” And Bordering Hanamaulu Bay, With Resort Development To The North, Lies 420 Acres Of Gentle Terrain Sloping To The Ocean With Dramatic Coastline Views. Total Oceanfront Is 1.25 Miles! Centrally Loc...
213 Feet Of Prime Beachfront Property On Hanalei Bay.
*the Faye Property At Hanalei Was Purchased By Hans Peter Faye In 1915. Faye Was A Prominent Kauai Sugar Plantation Manager And A Member Of The Elite Society Of The Day. He And A Few Others...
Built In The Year 1910, This Historic Plantation Home Was The First House Built On The Sandy Shores Of Hanalei Bay. The Expansive Green Lawn And Swaying Palm Trees Make The 2 Story Home An Iconic Representation Of What Kauai Once Was In Days Past...
Spectacular Ocean And Mountain Views Throughout This Property. Topography Goes From Level Grassy To Hidden Valleys. Includes A Long Meandering Stream And Large Waterfall. These 2 Parcels Have Never Been Cpr’d. Possible Multiple Homesites For A Dev...
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Silver Falls Estates, KILAUEA, Hawaii - $19,500,000
Secluded At The Base Of Mt. Namahana Silver Falls Ranch May Just Be The Epitome Of The Kauai Dream. Located On Over 237 Acres Of Pristine Pastures And Woodlands With Over 15 Miles Of Riding Trails, A Complette Horse Ranch With Stables, Riding Are...
Bali Hai Villa Is A Beautiful And Lush Estate Located In The Most Unique Spot On The North Shore Of The "garden Island" Of Kauai. 3.7 Acres Of Pristine Land Located On A Spectacular, White Sandy Beach With Crystal Clear Water. Perfect For Swimmi...
There Is A Secret At Secret Beach On The North Shore Of Kauai. A Unique Once In A Life Time Property With Views Overlooking The Coast Line Of Secret Beach To The Na Pali Coast, White Water Waves, And Premier Sunset Views Over The Pacific Ocean An...
Vista Mar On Kauapea Road Overlooks The Gorgeous Stretch Of Coastline Called "secret Beach" And Features Over 250' Of Ocean Bluff Frontage. Spectacular Views Combined With One Of The Most Desired Locations On The North Shore Of Kauai. The 7++ Acr...
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2545 Kiahuna Plantation Dr, KOLOA, Hawaii - $14,500,000
Robert Trent Jones, Jr. Designed This 18 Hole Championship Golf Course. 6,787 Yards Surrounded By Homes And Other Development Sites. Included In This Listing Is
Tmk # 4-2-8-14-7 And # 4-2-8-14-31
Golf Pro Shop, Cart Barn, Driving Range And Re...
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This place is draped in emerald valleys, jagged cliffs and sharp mountain spires, aged by time and the elements. Kauai has incredible opportunities to buy Hawaii beach front homes, ocean front and incredible condos, even vacant land for sale. Centuries of growth have formed tropical rainforests, forking rivers and cascading waterfalls that provide a back drop for your real estate holdings in Kauai that is unmatched anywhere else on the world! To really get a feel for the awesome wonder that is Kauai you must understand that many parts of Kauai are only accessible by sea or air. Once you “get up there” you will see revealing views beyond your imagination. So, if you ever get a chance to “fly” over Kauai, do it! It will be a memory that will last a lifetime! And it will reinforce your decision to own a piece of this incredible part of the world! Here are a few facts about Kauai Real Estate and cool stuff to do…. With approximately 67,000 full time resident, occupying 552 square miles, Kauai is circular in shape with lush, mountainous regions in its center and beaches covering almost 50% its shoreline. Kauai’s age makes it one of the most scenic islands in Hawaii from the 3,000-foot elevations of Waimea Canyon to the waterfalls and deep gorges of 5,148-foot Mount Waialeale in the uninhabited center of Kauai, which you can only view by air. Kauai is Hawaii's fourth largest island, and is separated into five main regions: Lihue, the East Side (Coconut Coast), the North Shore, the South Shore and the West Side.
Beyond Kauai’s dramatic beauty, the island is home to a massive variety of outdoor activities. Kayak the Wailua River. Snorkel on Poipu Beach. Hike the trails of Kokee State Park. Even go ziplining above Kauai’s lush valleys. But it is the island’s laid-back atmosphere and rich culture found in its small towns and along its one-lane bridges that make it truly timeless. Make your plan to buy some Kauai real estate, and make it a part of your life to discover the undeniable allure of Kauai.
Kauai's most fascinated geographic feature is the Napali Coast. It rivals any of the world’s grandest coastlines. This 17-mile coastline took millions of years to form from wind and water erosion. The results are cliffs thousands of feet high, complete with green valleys, towering waterfalls and hidden sea caves. These breathtaking cliffs can only be seen from the sea, by air or by hiking the Kalalau Trail. You can also get an excellent view of the whole coast from Kee Beach and a valley view from the Kalalau Lookout beyond Kokee State Park. Kauai's dramatic North Shore is an enchanting setting full of rugged mountains, lush taro fields, heavenly beaches and spectacular sea cliffs. You’ll be amazed at how much beauty can be found in just one area of Kauai.
Begin your journey on the island’s northernmost point. Historic Kilauea Lighthouse is a wildlife sanctuary and a scenic spot for whale watching. Visit lovely Hanalei Town, home to stretches of green taro fields alongside colorful shops, galleries and restaurants. You’ll also find some of Kauai’s best beaches here including Lumahai Beach, the setting for the film “South Pacific,” and Kee Beach, ideal for sunbathing. You can also learn about native plants and see scenic ocean views at Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens or at the 17-acre Limahuli Gardens, part of the National Tropical Botanical Garden.
The North Shore is also home to the upscale resort area of Princeville where you can indulge in world-class hospitality and play at some of Kauai’s premier golf courses. You can also find other accommodations here ranging from historic bed and breakfasts to rental homes allowing everyone the opportunity to experience the beauty of Kauai’s North Shore. Kauai's East Side is sometimes referred to as the Coconut Coast for the groves of coconut palms that grow in its resort areas. The most populated district on the island, about 16,000 of the island's 62,000 residents reside in the Wailua/Kapaa area. Amongst the clusters of coconut trees you’ll find amazing beaches and memorable attractions. In Wailua, you’ll find a variety of sightseeing opportunities and outdoor activities. Kayak the Wailua River State Park, take a boat ride to the Fern Grotta or take photos at Opaekaa Falls. Don’t forget to try and spot the Sleeping Giant in the Nounou Mountains or take a hike up this scenic ridge. Sacred places like Polihau Heiau, the large lava-rock temple of Kauai’s last king, Kaumualii, can also be found on the East Side. And be sure to visit Kapaa Town to discover fine Hawaiian craft pieces, aloha-print shirts, jewelry and art. But the golden beaches of the Coconut Coast may be the area’s biggest draw. Unwind at Anahola Beach Park. Watch the whales at Donkey Beach or the surfers at Kealia Beach to the north. Lydgate Beach Park in Wailua has two lava rock enclosed ocean pools that are perfect places for families and first-time snorkelers. Fun in the sun awaits you on the Coconut Coast.
Lihue is the government and commercial center of the island as well as a cultural and historical area. This may be the most traveled town on Kauai since its home to Kauai’s main airport (the Lihue Airport) and Nawiliwili Harbor, the island's major commercial shipping center and cruise ship port. Lihue has a variety of beaches and natural wonder to explore. Kalapaki Beach is the home of the Marriott Kauai’s Beach Club and Lagoons Golf Club. Bodysurfing, windsurfing and swimming make Kalapaki a popular destination. Ninini Beach is home to an automated lighthouse, operating since 1897. And just north of Lihue, don’t forget to stop at the Wailua Fall lookout for an amazing waterfall view. The Lihue area also has numerous historical spots including Alekoko Menehune Fishpond (a roughly 1000-year old aquaculture reservoir; Kilohana a historic plantation estate; and both the historic Kauai Museum and Grove Farm Homestead Museum. Lihue is your gateway to adventure on Kauai.
The sunny South Shore of Kauai is home to historic Old Koloa Town and the resort area of Poipu. This is an area of activity and historic attractions. Whether you’re playing on a championship golf course or exploring the Koloa Heritage Trail to learn more about Kauai’s history, there’s something for everyone on the South Shore.
A good place to start is spending the day at Poipu Beach Park, which was once named one of America’s best beaches. Nearby Spouting Horn features a blowhole that releases a spout of water up to 20 feet or more into the air. See why Kauai is nicknamed “The Garden Isle” at two National Tropical Botanical Gardens: Mcbryde Garden featuring 259-acres of gardens and world’s largest collection of Hawaiian plants, and Allerton Garden, an 80-acre gem with sophisticated garden design and the giant Moreton Figs made famous in the film “Jurassic Park.” You’ll even find the Kauai Coffee farm tour just a few miles west of Poipu. Discover a variety of activities and attractions on Kauai’s South Shore.
Go west and get off the beaten path on Kauai. The West Side is home to a few of Kauai’s most scenic wonders and historic places, the most famous of which is the breathtaking Waimea Canyon the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific.
But there is even more to explore. Head north beyond the gorges and cliffs of Waimea Canyon and visit Kokee State Park where you’ll find yet another amazing view from the Kalalau Lookout. The two small towns of Waimea and Hanapepe also grace the West Side. In 1778, Captain Cook first landed in the Hawaiian Islands here at Waimea Bay. Today, a statue of Cook stands in Waimea Town commemorating this event. Hanapepe is the art capital of Kauai with galleries, shops and eateries lining this charming small town.