Situated on the western, outermost end of the chain of the Hawaiian Islands lies the island of Kaua’i.
Much of the island of Kaua’i remains untouched, allowing those who visit to experience the epitome of paradise.
The Garden Isle, which is the nickname for the island, is a visually stunning experience. Unlike some of its sister islands, this island lacks big city skyscrapers or over-crowded landscapes, allowing the island’s natural features to be the center of attention.
From the swells of Hanalei Bay to the tide pools at Po’ipu, the Wailua River valley, the vast canyons of Waimea and the bright blue water along the Na Pali coast–the natural beauty of the island truly shines.