Culture at Princeville has been literally carved out of natural Hawaii and exists as a man-made second nature imposed upon the Kauai Island, a process symbolically represented by the luxurious swimming area known as Queen’s Bath.   Here, a gargantuan pool has been dug out of lava shelf to make for a swim experience quite singular to Princeville resort culture.

Much of Princeville’s pride lies in its tees and greens.  Its Prince Course is frequently named one of the best resort courses in the world and the best Hawaiian one by Golf Digest.  Challenging and hazardous, players confront treacherous terrain in the form of ravines and ocean inlets.  The awe-inspiring views of mountains, canyons, and beaches blend beauty into play, a common combination that comprises Princeville’s raison d’etre.  

Further means of exploring and appreciating Kauai terrain exist for Princeville visitors.  Try snorkeling, surfing, scuba, boating, whale-washing, or fishing.  To see what’s going on above water, hiking or horseback riding make for interesting, active sightseeing.

The best way to get an eyeful of the resort area and unspoiled terrain beside it, however, would probably be a helicopter tour overseen by Heli USA Airways .  Departing from a Princevillian heliport, the ride offers the viewer a scan of the entire Kauai landscape of swamp, cliff, mountain, crater, beach, and water.

The to-do of Princeville is quite natural.