About Kauai, HI
Even a nickname like "The Garden Island" fails to do justice to Kauai's beauty. Verdant trees grow canopies over the few roads, and brooding mountains are framed by long, sandy beaches, coral reefs, and sheer sea cliffs. Pristine trade winds moderate warm daily temperatures while offering comfort for deep, refreshing sleep through gentle nights.
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Things You Can't Miss
This spectacular stretch of cliffs can be viewed only on a flight, a boat tour or a long hike. Don’t attempt the hike if you’re scared of heights!
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More than 3,500 feet deep, Waimea Canyon is best seen from lookouts along Rte. 550, where you’ll gaze at red cliffs, verdant forest and waterfalls.
Poipu, Hanalei or Tunnels? Visit all three of these gorgeous crescents of sand and decide for yourself.
How to choose the ship that will guarantee you a good time at sea.
Kilauea Point Lighthouse, built in 1913, sits on a rocky peninsula where you can see seabirds, nene geese, humpback whales and endangered monk seals.
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Enjoy breathtaking photos and descriptions of the most beautiful places in America, including Yellowstone Caldera and Death Valley.
The three Kauai sites of the National Tropical Botanical Garden display a fascinating and colorful array of Hawaiian plants and endangered species.
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Grab your pals and consider these diverse destinations.
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Savings on British Airways and more
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