Enjoying the Beauty of Kauai
Surrounded by the azure waters of the Pacific Ocean, Kauai is a beautiful island to enjoy your vacation in Paradise. While visiting, you can indulge in the island’s lush tropical environment and explore the Hawaiian heritage. A lackadaisical spirit abounds this heavenly garden of fascinations and is the reason why so many vacation here.
Although Kauai is a rather small island, it has unlimited attractions, outstanding geographical features, marvelous landscapes and so much more. One of the most beautiful spot is the Hanalei Valley Lookout, reining the North Shore of Kauai. The Hanalei Valley is one mile long and six miles wide. On the floor of the valley, lies a truss bridge built in 1912. If you want to see the natural beauty of Kauai, this spot is a must do. Another famous attraction that is a must do on Kauai is the Maniniholo Dry Cave. This cave is about 300 yards deep and leads to a small outlet on the side of the mountain. To reach the Maniniholo Dry Cave, you will first need to go to Ha’ena Beach Park on route 560 and look for the cave on your left.
Another popular spot to visit while on your trip is the Waikanaloa Wet Cave. This cave was discovered 100 yards under water by scuba divers and is a beautiful spot to checkout. Another cave to explore, called the Waikapalae Wet Cave, is located about 100 yards from the Waikanaloa Wet Cave and is also a cool spot to visit. While on your vacation, you should also consider visiting the picturesque Wailua Falls. With a sheer height of 80 feet, these dramatic falls can be viewed from Highway 583 or Maalo Road. An interesting spot to visit as well is the Bell Stone. The reason this rock got this unique name is because when struck sharply, a sound reverberates over the entire Wailua Valley.
When vacationing on Kauai, one of the more difficult things to do is deciding where to begin and where to end, as the opportunities are endless. If you are a true adventure lover, then there are various outdoor sports for you. Some of Hawaii’s best golf courses are found on Kauai where you can spend the day enjoying a challenging round of golf. Besides the different resort courses, there are a number of public courses as well to try out. One of the great things about most of these courses on Kauai is that they have panoramic ocean views with a mountain backdrop. Of all the other activities available in Kauai, horseback riding is probably one of my favorites. If you enjoy fishing, Kauai is noted for both freshwater and saltwater anglers. Marlin, ahi, and aku are found aplenty in Kauai. If you enjoy hiking, Kauai is most likely the best Hawaiian island for you as there are so many different trails to explore.
If you are planning a trip to Hawaii and want to experience the natural beauty of it, Kauai may be the best island for you, as it is a nature lover’s paradise.