Kauai: Attractions and more...
The remote, but friendly and charming, island offers endless opportunities for recreation, coupled with splendid scenic beauty and exceptional natural heritage. The city reflects authentic Hawaiian culture in all its glory; it is extremely common to stumble upon an ancient cultural site with a legend that has been passed down through the generations. Bell Stone and Sleeping Giant (Nounou Mountain) are fine examples of this.
Hanalei Valley Lookout and Kalalau Lookout are the vantage points that provide a panoramic view of the lush valleys and diverse landscape. National Tropical Botanical Garden and Huleia National Wildlife Refuge offer an excellent opportunity to experience the amazing array of exotic flora and fauna of the island. Keahua Forestry Arboretum and Opaekaa Falls are natural sites replete with water-filled streams and pools and are excellent picnic spots.
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|Princeville - 8.5 mi|
Those seeking adventure should visit Princeville Ranch, which is a 2500-acre working cattle ranch. Hiking or kayaking to the hidden waterfalls in the region is completely...
|Kapaa - 11.1 mi|
Located just north of Wailea, the little village of Kapaa lacks tourist attractions; however, its ambience and its people ensure the popularity of this town. The quiet and ...