Welcome to Kauai
(Welina mai i Kaua'i)
Explore the Island of Kauai
Kauai is best known for its natural beauty and laid-back atmosphere. It is sometimes called the “Garden Isle” due to its lush tropical vegetation and miles and miles of natural landscapes. In fact, 97% of the island remains undeveloped.
Kauai is also home to the two most recognizable landscapes in all of Hawaii. The awe-inspiring Waimea Canyon, also known as the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific,” and the towering cliffs, hidden coves, and sea caves of the famous Na Pali Coast.
Kauai also has thousands of waterfalls, endless beaches, and world-class snorkeling to explore and enjoy. Not to mention the many miles of rivers to paddle down, canopies to zipline over, and trails to hike. In short, Kauai is an outdoor enthusiast’s paradise! After all your outdoor exploring, be sure to visit the charming small towns that dot Kauai’s coastline. Undoubtedly, you’ll find many one-of-a-kind places to rest, eat, and shop.
If you’ve been to other Hawaiian Islands, you will surely find Kauai’s humble small towns and dramatic, awe-inspiring natural landscapes a refreshing change of pace.