Kauai also known as the Garden Island, is the least developed of the Hawaiian islands. With the scenic views and waterfalls, this is a great place for the nature lover. Also if you want to visit a beach, Kauai is home to some of the best Hawaiian beaches. Consider a visit to Poipu Beach in the south; if you desire a stroll with a view, consider visiting Lumahai beach in the north. Other popular activities include hiking, museums and day trips to various historical sites. Though the attractions and activities found there, discover the aloha spirit of Kauai.
The Napali Coast is Kauai’s famous coastline, that features lush green flora along its shoreline. Na Pali Coast is located on the north shore; it features panoramic views of the Pacific Ocean, green folage and waterfalls. This is a great attraction for the Eco-tourist visiting Kauai.
Princeville Ranch Adventures
Princeville Ranch is the place to go in Kauai for a thrill. Imagine flying over the tree tops of a lush valley, 26 feet in the air. Come experience the thrill of zip lines and a suspension bridge crossing a beautiful waterfall.
Limahuli Garden and Preserve
Limahuli Garden and Preserve is located in a tropical valley on the north shore of Kauai. This garden & preserve is set against the Makana Mountain, as it overlooks the Pacific Ocean. Visitors will also enjoy Limahuli Stream; this sis one of the last pristine waterways left in the Islands.