Kauai is the oldest, northernmost and fourth largest island in the Hawaiian chain. It is rightfully called the “Garden Island” due to its lush tropical vegetation.
Only seeing is believing because Kauai has sights beyond your imagination, from majestic green mountains draped with cascading waterfalls to hidden valleys visible only from sea or air. Kauai is home to humbling natural wonders from the sheer cliffs of the Na Pali Coast to the incredible Waimea Canyon that Mark Twain named the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific.” Kauai truly is the tropical centerpiece of Hawaii.
Kauai's weather is hard to beat, ranging from mid-80's to mid-60's in Fahrenheit degrees. Kauai's ocean temperatures are also in the perfect range between 80 and 70 degrees year around.
While there is little night-life on Kauai, Kauai is filled with outdoor activities and attractions. Relax on a secluded white sand beach, snorkel to see the interesting life under water, kayak up a serene river, zipline across one of Kauai's lush valleys, hike the many trails, enjoy seeing Kauai on horseback, or take to the air in a helicopter tour of Kauai.
Stroll through Kauai's botanical gardens or visit the Kauai Museum to learn more about Kauai's history. Kauai is rich with culture.
With all of this said, it's still Kauai's laid-back lifestyle that attracts people to Kauai. Kick back, relax and take your time to discover the allure that Kauai has to offer.
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