One of the best ways to see the islands is by the air. And a doors-off helicopter tour is the epitome of that experience. I really can’t say enough good things about it. It’s one of the most unique ways to see the islands. The views you get are unbelievable. And if you've never flown in a …
Kauai - The Garden Isle
Know as the Garden Isle for its richness in natural beauty, Kaua’i is the oldest of the main four islands. From the dramatic cliffs of the Na Pali coast to the humbling and inspiring Waimea Canyon (the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific”, Kaua’i offers an endless landscape of beauty and relaxation.
Its main areas are: Lihu’e (the main city), the resort area of Princeville (on the windward side) which is next to the famous Hanalei Bay, the resort area of Po’ipu (on the southeast side) and Waimea (on the windward side).
There is plenty of hiking and beach activities around the island. In fact, because of its age, Kaua’i has the largest beach in Hawaii; a 17-mile stretch of pristine sand known as Polihale Beach.
Kaua’i goes from rural to, well, pretty rural. There are a few cute small towns and some resort areas but Kaua’i remains the most undeveloped of the islands – and the locals want to keep it that way. Its main airport is in Lihu’e, the largest of the cities.
Below you will find all of the posts about Kaua'i. Explore them to get a flavor of what you'll find awaiting you!