Grab your sunscreen and your camera, then hit the island of Kauai for an unlimited number of things to do. As the oldest of the Hawaiian Islands, Kauai offers a unique geography, friendly people and enriching opportunities. Watch the Spouting Horn where dual lava tubes distinctively set 10 feet from the shoreline suck in air and shoot out powerful sprays of saltwater. Nearby, sea turtles take turns tumbling in the surf, seemingly posing for pictures. For the artist in you, meet the artists of Hanapepe, where galleries and artists convene in a town that looks just as it did when Asian immigrants developed it over a century ago. The Kilauea Lighthouse is a must-see for anyone interested in the beauty of this landmark that sits on the northern-most shore of the peninsula of the island. The lighthouse is not the only thing to look at - the Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge brings seabirds close. For jungle trips, zipline along the trees, hike along trails, or kayak the river - all three getting you closer and closer to magnificent waterfalls. Grab your snorkel gear for underwater sites in warm, glistening water, or just take a walk in the water along the beach. Learn to surf or scuba, or grab some lessons on kite-boarding. Discover the backcountry on horseback, ATV or bicycle, and then stop by any beach for a picnic lunch. Even with the beauty of Kauai drawing visitors outside, many head indoors to shop. Visit one of the islands many shopping centers, stop at a craft fair situated along the roadside, or browse through quaint boutiques offering unique gifts and souvenirs. For a true island treat, visit one of the farmers markets six days a week for fresh produce, dairy products and desserts.
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Enjoy the fresh air and the scenic beauty of the Waimea area on bike. Start at the very top and wind down the road toward the beach... read more