There are so many adventures to be had on Kauai. Every semester is a little bit different and every semester we find new beaches, hikes, and fun things to do. Some of our favorite adventures include:
- Ho’opi’i Falls
- Hanalei Bay
- Sunrise hikes to Sleeping Giant
- Jumping off the cliff at Shipwrecks or Lumahai
- Hiking the Kalalau Trail
- Snorkeling at Mahaulepu Beach
- Surfing at Kealia Beach or Wailua Beach
- Playing volleyball at Kalapaki Beach
Most of our classes are held on the KBC property which means that transportation to and from classes is at a minimum. If there is a class that is held off campus, KBC is responsible for providing transportation to and from each class.
Kauai Bible College does not require each student to own a vehicle. However, students are allowed to buy a vehicle while there are here as long as they are willing to follow the Driving Policy that Kauai Bible College has in place. If a student does not wish to buy a car they can take the Kauai Bus.
If a student is interested in owning a car on Kauai here are a couple options:
Ship Out a Car
It costs about $900 to $1,200 to ship a car to Kauai. One thing to keep in mind before shipping out a car is that vehicles here deterriorate a lot faster than on the mainland.
Buy a Car
Buying a car on the island is easier than you might think. The cost of an “island car” is anywhere between $400-$1,200. Students can find cars on craigslist or word of mouth. Although students are allowed to own vehicles here, they are required to own and opporate the vehicle according to the Hawaii State Law.
The Kauai Bus
The county of Kauai provides public transportation from town to town. The fare usually runs about $2.00 per ride or a monthly unlimited pass can be purchased for $30. The bus schedule can be found by clicking here.