The family-friendly sunny south shore is home to some of the most iconic beaches in the world, including Poipu Beach Park, which has some of the best snorkeling on Kauai. You will be sure to see Hawaiian monk seals lounging in the sun. Poipu is a sought-after visitor destination area with top resorts and dining all within steps of the beach. Poipu is also host to Kukuiula, a 1,000-acre master-planned resort residential community which includes an 18-hole championship golf course, clubhouse, spa and commercial centers, and residential units with ocean views and golf course frontage. ”The Garden Island`` surely lives up to it's name with two National Tropical Botanical Gardens on the south shore: McBryde Garden and Allerton Garden, made famous by films such as Jurassic Park. Feeling adventurous? The south shore has zipline tours, kayaking tours, and more! Old Koloa town is a charming historic gem, with shops and dining and a deep-rooted plantation past. With less than 22 inches of rain per year, the south shore is relatively sunny and lush. Whether you're teeing up at the award-winning Poipu Bay golf course, or exploring Kauai history along the Koloa Heritage Trail, the south shore has something for everyone.