Great spot for bird watching Great Frigate birds, blue footed boobies, in winter months great views of whales! Nice gift shop with many gift options. Bring binoculars for better viewing.
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This is an excellent place to see wildlife and a beautiful view of the sea and island. It is only $5 per person to enter which is a small amount to help protect and maintain the wildlife refuge. Without that this place would probably not...More
the walk out on Kilauea Point, surrounded by beautiful sea cliffs and surf crashing on the rocks is very pretty and, unless you are from Hawaii, you get to see a lot of birds you will never see at home.
We stopped on our way to stay in Princeville. It was a lovely view but there are many lovely views in Hawaii! I would not make a special trip here
When driving along the north shore of Kauai, Kilauea Point is just a few minutes off of the main road (Hwy 56). Or walk from the town of Kilauea (20 minutes). Many visitors stop at a turn-around with a railing overlooking a bay with steep...More
There was not much to see or do here. Interesting history. Views are not as good as elsewhere on the island. We killed some time here but not really much to see. the town itself had some nice shops and restaurants though.
If you were a bird this would be paradise found. The birds were plentiful that they appeared to be dozens of white flowers in the trees on the rocky cliffs surrounding the lighthouse. Peaceful and beautiful - good for a stop during operating hours which...More
Worth every penny! You will be up-close and personal with many different kinds of sea birds. There were also Nene walking around. Great views of tropic birds, frigate birds, and many others I didn't know. They were also nesting just over the railing and you...More
Had a pleasant visit to the lighthouse and really enjoyed the views of the coast and the rookeries through our binoculars.
First thing we saw was a chain link fence filled with passion fruit flowers. Saw shear waters and tropic birds with their long central tail cover the cliffs and cove. Love those frigate birds swallowing other birds vomit when they make them throw up. Always...More