Kauai Rental Cars
Known as the "Garden Isle," Kauai, Hawaii, is a pristine and breathtaking tropical respite from everyday life. This lush island is the fourth largest island in Hawaii and boasts stunning flora, dramatic cliffs and canyons, family-friendly beaches and green open places. Pack the whole family in your Kauai rental car and set out to experience the fun and natural beauty that this wonder has to offer. This mildly famous island has appeared in plenty of your kids' favorites movies, including "Lilo and Stitch" - but you and your spouse will recognize the landscape from "Jurassic Park." Hop in your Kauai car rental and enjoy a spectacular island getaway.
No one comes to Kauai and stays inside all day: Get out and about! The island's naturally stunning landscapes will leave you and your family speechless. For fun in the sun, head to Hanalei Beach. Maybe you and your spouse will recognize this beach from the 1950s classic "South Pacific." This beach was named America's No. 1 Beach in 2009, and continues to impress visitors with its breaking waves and natural vistas. For some shelter from the sun, drive your Kauai rental car to Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge and Lighthouse, where the largest colony of seabirds in the Hawaiian islands make their home. From albatrosses to frigatebirds and red-footed boobies, your kids will love seeing all the birds they read about in their science textbooks.
Action and adventure
Drive your Kauai car rental to one of Kauai's most kid-friendly adventure activities: Kauai Backcountry Tubing Adventures. You and your kids will take a (not too wild) ride in an all-terrain military vehicle through Hawaiian backcountry, where you'll embark on an inner tube adventure through old sugar cane irrigation flumes. This fun adventure will still be safe enough for little ones, as tubes only float at about 2 miles per hour.
Yummies in their tummies
Fledgling foodies will love stopping by some of Kauai's most delicious destinations. The Kauai Chocolate Company is a small handmade candy shop. The company's nostalgic scene includes chocolatiers working and forming 10-pound chocolate bars and ice cream. Numerous novelty items will delight both youth and adults - the rest of your vacation will be smooth sailing once your kids get their chocolate fix! For some heartier, less sugary scrumptiousness, head to the Kauai Kunana Dairy. This small family farm offers guided tours, which include one-on-one interactions with baby goats and cage-free chickens. As expected, deliciousness will ensue: Tourists can help themselves to seasonal fruits like mango, lychee, avocado and citrus.