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Kauai, the oldest island in the Hawaiian chain, boasts amazing landscapes including sculpted mountains, rugged canyons, and pristine beaches. Kauai is home to the soaring cliffs of the Napali Coast and 3,600-foot-deep Waimea Canyon, often referred to as “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific,” with unforgettable panoramic views of its deep valley gorges.

The island of discovery has surprises at every graceful turn of its quiet highways. From navigable rivers to mountain trails, the incredible natural beauty of the island is legend. There’s no shortage of activities to enhance any program or encourage group bonding such as kayaking, going on expeditions to witness dozens of Hollywood movie set locations, zip lining, and helicopter tours into valleys with countless waterfalls to take in. On Kauai, business and rejuvenation go hand in hand.

VENUE VARIETY

Kauai has more than 4,500 hotel rooms but retains its charm with relaxed towns and welcoming people. There are a number of world-class hotels and resorts on Kauai, as well as excellent alternatives for group meetings, incentive programs, and special events, including plantation estates, botanical gardens, and even one of the largest coffee plantations in the United States.

Experienced meeting and incentive professionals are available to help planners find the perfect venue for their needs. Meeting sites are plentiful and can be tailored to accommodate groups, and each offers a special touch of Kauai, with amenities that are made or grown on the island.

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