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Get to know Princeville

Along Kauai’s North Shore, Princeville merges the island’s raw beauty with refined elegance. It’s where a fresh harvest of local ingredients can be transformed into artfully prepared farm-to-table cuisine. Jaw-dropping views overlooking the bay can leave you breathless. And there’s nothing quite like marveling at emerald mountains in the distance to tether your heart to a place. Princeville is a place to take pleasure in enjoying what Kauai has to offer from various vantage points. From horseback riding to playing a scenic round of golf, or dining with an incredible view, you can’t go wrong with how you choose to experience this community. It's all near other well-known attractions along the coast, including Kilauea Point Natural Wildlife Refuge and botanical gardens. For thrill seekers, it’s worth the journey to see the famed forested cliffs and sea caves of the Na Pali Coast, if you’re ready for an adventure by sea or air.
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Living on Kauai

Hawaii’s oldest and northernmost major island is draped in forested green valleys, jagged cliffs, and cascading waterfalls. It’s no wonder Kauai is also referred to as the Garden Isle. Although it has an easygoing atmosphere, it is abundant with outdoor activities. And while there’s a lot of ground to cover on land, most of the island is explorable only by air or sea. For the nature lover, Kauai makes for an adventurous playground. One main attraction on Kauai is the towering sea cliffs along the Na Pali Coast. This magnificent wild terrain — typically experienced aboard a boat or a helicopter — offers some of the world's greatest hiking opportunities, including the stunning 11-mile Kalalau Trail, which follows the coast from reef-protected Ke'e Beach into the pristine Kalalau Valley.

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