Must-See Attractions in KauaiThe Garden isle often steals travelers from the other islands with peaceful, relaxing atmosphere that is hard to find elsewhere. If you have not been, consider a tour and you might find yourself returning again and again. Here is a quick look at must-see attractions and places of Kauai.
There are 4 botanical gardens found on Kauai, with Na Aina Kai Botanical Garden on the island north shore spread onto 240 acres including a stunning range of tropical flora. This lush garden is well-value spending an afternoon meandering through.
The National Tropical Botanical Garden is special tropical paradise filled with lovely flora set on beautiful grounds, while Limahuli and Allerton Garden in Poipu just outside Hanalei is also well-worth a visit. You can enjoy in garden with your baby and family. But do not forget baby gear rentals & beach equipment rental kauai .
The island is home to a wealthy rushing waterfall that thunders down into dazzling new water pools that only dreams are made of. The twin-tiered Wailua Falls is an especially charming sight- if they look familiar that is because they were falls that emerged in the opening of the 70s TV shop, “Fantasy island.”
With over fifty miles of sandy shore, many visitors head to Kauai just because of its charming beaches, making it rather difficult to select just one as a “must-see.” A few of the top include Tunnels Beach, surrounded by unsurpassed attractive beauty and a best spot to spend time snorkeling, rated the island best destination for the activity during the calm hot months.
Hiking Nepali Coast
The place on the North Shore provides irresistible hikes among rocket 4,000 foot cliffs reaching top above the Pacific with a big variety of caves, amazing beaches and lava tubes. This is magical location with deep, narrow valleys reaching the ocean as well as being home to a number of stone walled terraces.
Waimea Canyon, also famous as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific is breathtaking charming canyon that is 10 miles long, a mile big and over 3,500-feet deep. Waimea exactly means “Waimea River” and red water is named for its lovely red hue. The valley is filled with glowing lava beds and ever-changing color with river carving into pretty canyon. One of the most amazing sights of the island, you will experience a best palette that includes jades, mauves, oranges with most impressive of its colors peaking at sunset. Best place for your baby and family. So get baby toys, beach equipment or stroller from baby gear rentals & beach equipment rental kauai and enjoy with your baby.