The beauty of Kauai is unmatched to the rest of the Hawaiian Islands. From the moment you step foot in Kauai you immediately are greeted by the lush green mountains, gardens, and Hawaiian flora.
Other Things to do in Kauai
Kauai, or Kaua’i, is geologically the oldest of the main Hawaiian islands. It boasts an incredible and unique landscape, and spectacular wildlife. Imi Tours knows where the must-see spots are on the island, as well as how to get you around on your vacation safely and comfortably.
Here are just a few of the many places worth visiting during your time in Kauai:
When in Kauai, you’ll want to spend as much time outdoors as possible. Luckily, there are plenty of state parks to explore. Na Pali Coast State Park is a 6,175 acre park on the northwest side of the island. There are plenty of hiking trails winding through valleys and along mountainous coastlines. Waimea Canyon State Park is another massive state park located in a deep gorge. The foliage and rock make this canyon brilliantly colorful.
Kauai’s largest bay is located on its north shore, and is made up of almost two miles of beach, mountainous views, and all the water sports you could dream of. Gather a group for a day of sailboats, paddle boarding, swimming, and more. During winter time, the waves attract hoards of surfers from all over the world.
Straight from the opening credits of Fantasy Island, the Wailua Falls are waterfalls like no other. This ultimate tropical location makes for the perfect family photo... with more than an 80 feet drop. Be careful not to slip on the stones!
Kauapea (Secrets) Beach
This powdery white beach has, unfortunately, lost its “secret” status, but it’s clear why. Located along massive cliffs for over a mile, wrapped around two rock reefs, and then extending all the way to Kilauea Point, this beach seems to be never ending. With dolphin pod sightings, seashells galore, and crystalline waters, this is a great place to spend the day with the family.