Why Kauai is a must-visit!
All of us are going through daily hectic life. But All of us want to get a wonderful vacation. All of us want to go somewhere where we feel relaxed and can enjoy nature. If you’re looking for an offbeat destination, then beaches in Kauai is the place to be. Less interacted roads with loud sounds of water touching the inner you to have a ‘me time’. A perfect time to connect yourself with the one inside you. So add it to your Bucket List and get your bags packing!
KAUAI, the oldest island and fourth largest island of Hawaii is also known as the ‘Garden Isle’. What makes Kauai different from other island is its weather. Kauai has more beaches, rivers, streams, and waterfalls than any of the other Hawaiian islands.
The best time to visit Kauai is between September and November or from April to June when the weather is pleasant and airfare and hotel rates drop. Rain showers usually fall in the evening and early morning, mostly over the mountain ranges. As they say about Kauai “If you don’t like the weather, just wait 10 minutes!” Kauai’s main airport is Lihue Airport (LIH) in southeastern Lihue. Many airlines now offer direct service to Kauai. You can also fly into Honolulu International Airport (HNL) on Oahu, then travel to Kauai.
Things to do in Kauai
1. Waimea Canyon and Koke’s State Park
This 14-mile-long, mile-wide and approximately 3,600-feet deep gorge is awash with spectacular scenery. It’s difficult to find elsewhere on the Hawaiian islands. Kauai is filled with the sceneries like this but it’s at the top because of it’s unbelievable view.
The Koke’e state Park is just next to Waimea canyon. If you want some time in nature and see nature at the peak of its beauty then you should definitely go to this park. It’s also a great place for hiking, so bring out the adventurous side in you!
Most of the people travel there on their own car’s its because you can send as many hours you want in the bed of beauty. The Waimea will give you some new driving experience.
Main highlights – Waimea Canyon and Puu Hinahina. The Kalalau and the Pu’u O Kila are the main lookouts.
Location- Koke’e Road, Waimea, Kauai, HI 96752 Timings: 24/7 (opens all week) Pricing – 1$-5$ per person depends on the number of hours spent
2. Napali Coast
It’s a beautiful series of cliffs. It’s a 17-mile expanse rocky, steep. But trekking there is yet a difficult thing to do for beginners. There isn’t a better place to see what beauty has got for us. It’s one of the most beautiful places to visit in Kauai.
For everyone who wants to enjoy beauty has 3 options either can go by foot or by waterways or the airway. But going by foot gives you an edge as you will have a good exercise in the fresh air.
Timings: Open 24/7
3. Hanalei Bay Beach
There are many beaches in Kauai. the specialty of this beach is that they are clean and it is best to surf there. This is the beach as it has many resorts, dining, and a few shopping places. It’s a specialty that you will see a range of mountains from the beach.
4. Mountain Tubing Tunnels
Enjoy this as you explore lush jungle scenery of Kauai’s interiors while you float down a historic waterway of the historic plantation. This is the most unique experience anyone can think of. It’s one of the special water sports in the world. Try it out and we’re sure it’s going to be a lot of fun!
Duration: This whole tour is of 3 hours Pricing: 110$* for 3hours
It’s a perfect destination for those who want to get disconnected from everyday life. Kauai will bring mesmerizing experiences for you, warm sands, cool breeze with your loved ones. This vacation spot is a must on your bucket list! What are you waiting for now!! The choice is yours if you either want to spend time relaxing in such a great and calm place or want to go to posh cities!