Kauai is the oldest of the Hawaiian islands and the 4th largest, with over 110 miles of coastline. This tropical paradise has so much to show: beautiful beaches, lush rainforests, and a whooping 8 state parks for you to explore. Kauai is perfect for nature lovers, providing opportunities to whale watch, snorkel, kayak, and hike! The northwest side of the island is covered with ragged mountains and shearing cliffs, and is where you can hike the Nāpali Coast and Waimea Canyon, known as the ‘Grand Canyon of the Pacific’. If you don’t want to hike the Nāpali Coast, you can take a boat or a helicopter tour. Kauai in general is impressive by land, water, or air - and ideally, all three.
The island's natural beauty extends to its numerous waterfalls, such as the majestic Hanakapiai Falls and the iconic Wailua Falls, sacred to the Hawaiian people. You can learn more about the Hawaiian people and history through cultural festivals and traditional luaus. Kauai's charming towns, like Hanalei and Poipu, offer a blend of local cuisine, boutique shopping, and laid-back island vibes.
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