Adventure travel and outdoor enthusiasts love Kauai. It’s beautiful year round with some of the best and most challenging hikes in North America whether along the Na Pali Coast or in the Waimea Canyon. However, the challenge for those that enjoy the outdoors is where to stay so that you can be close to the trailheads or within a short drive to lookouts to take advantage of every sunrise and romantic sunset.
So that you too can take advantage of multiple hikes like the Alikai Swamp Trail (9miles), Awa’awapuhu Trail (7miles), and/or take in the best view of the island at the Kalalau Lookout while staying in Koke’e,I would like to unveil a couple of hidden secrets for those of you that want to be upclose and personal with nature. All three options are affordable, but they require some planning.
1) Tent Camping in Koke’e State Park
2) The Lodge at Koke’e: Cabins
3) Hui o Laka Historic CCC Camp at Koke’e State Park- Cabins, Semi-private rooms, and Bunk House
Read the full article on my adventure travel blog, Ms Traveling Pants.