Kauai holds an abundance of natural, untamed treasures. Travel to Kauai and discover lush, wild jungles; pristine, tropical beaches; tranquil rain forests; and rugged untouched, green mountains. You’ve probably seen Kauai on the silver screen as the lush, Eden-like backdrop for hundreds of famous films. Experience Kauai in person, for the camera’s lens will never capture its true beauty.
Travel Facts about Kauai:
- Kauai is considered by many to be the most beautiful of the Hawaiian Islands because of its lush, tropical rain forest, desolate moonscapes and more than 40 spectacular beaches.
- From the Na Pali Coast to Waimea Canyon, there are miles of dirt paths to hike, rivers to kayak, and beaches to explore.
- Some of Hawaii’s best golf courses are found on Kauai, including the Poipu Bay Resort Golf Course known from the PGA Grand Slam of Golf and the Prince Courses at the Princeville Resort.
- Daytime temperatures range from the mid-70s to mid-80s, slightly warmer in the summer. The northeast trade winds provide refreshing breezes; rain usually falls only during the evening and early morning hours.