Why Should You Visit Kapaa, Hawaii?

Why Should You Visit Kapaa, Hawaii?

Kapaa is a small town in Hawaii that is nestled at the foot of the Nounou (Sleeping Giant) mountain. This town attracts tourists from all over the world to enjoy its local crafts, live music, food, and breathtaking sites.

Kayaking and Canoeing

The beautiful garden island of Kapaa allows you to experience kayaking and canoeing. Many sites will show you the world of deep water paddling, among them, Wailua River guides, Rainbow Kayak Tours, Ali’i Kayaks, and Canoe Kayak Kauai.

Kuilau Ridge Trail

The Kuilau Ridge Trail is a great walk that lets you explore the iconic plant life in Kapaa. You will be introduced to indigenous and non-indigenous plants as you approach the border of Ohia forest. The trail then leads you to a fantastic view of Mount Waialeale and the Makaleha Mountain Range.

Kauai’s Hindu Monastery

Kauai’s Hindu Monastery is a complex that features two Indian temples on the tropical mountains of Kapaa. The monastery is a famous hand-sculpted white granite temple that attracts guests from all across the globe. Kauai Hindu Monastery is home to twenty-four monks while also serving as a pilgrimage destination for devotees from across the world who come to meditate and pay homage.


Sleeping giant trail

The Sleeping Giant trail will offer you one of the very best viewpoints from the peak of a mountain. Along the path, you will pass through the forested mountains with guava, silk oak, and ironwood. You will view the Waialeale Crater. The Sleeping Giant trail is considered one of the most difficult yet one of the most rewarding trails in Kapaa.

Kapaa is perhaps the most beautiful part of Hawaii. You can best enjoy Kapaa in October if you wish to avoid the crowd of visitors. It is ranked among the best tourist attractions in Hawaii.


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