Princeville is a small yet charming census-designated place in the state of Hawaii, United States, located more exactly in Kaua'i County, on the north shore of the island of Kaua'i. The history of Princeville goes back to 1860, when the area was visited by Prince Albert Kamenhameha. At that time, Princeville was just a plantation, owned by Robert Crichton Wyllie. Princeville underwent many developments ever since and it is now a beautiful destination for visitors worldwide. There are 1,698 people living in Princeville, according to the 2000 census, on a total surface of 2.4 square miles.
Top Attractions within Princeville
The Queen's Bath is a great place in the core of the nature where you can cool off an swim in its clean, fresh waters, about the size of a swimming pool. You will find this place below some cliffs, along a rocky shoreline of Princeville. The scenery is incredible and it will surely take your breath away. Carrying a hiking backpack with you is a good idea.
The Ahonui Botanical Gardens span on 8 acres and are renown for their beauty. You will find here a wide array of plants and trees, but the most interesting feature of the gardens is that if you decide to tour them, you will be able to taste many types of fruit. Chocolate, grapefruit with honey, oranges and breadfruit, all these samplings will make your day sweeter.
The Pali Ke Kua Beach, also known as Hideaway's Beach, is a nice secluded beach in Princeville with golden sand, where you will be able to relax and admire the incredible view of the coastline in a private setting. You will also find here free parking and hiking trails.
The Makai Golf Course is a public 18-hole regulation golf course in Princeville which provides exciting and challenging experiences for players of all levels. The tropical setting and amazing ocean views will make your staying here a very pleasant one. Make sure that you search for discount coupons on the Internet before coming here.