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This terrific little waterfall is dearly loved and enjoyed by locals and tourists alike. The 20-rock wall surrounds most of
Located across the street from the Menehune Ditch is the Swinging Bridge that crosses the Waimea River. This bridge provides
This is the second wet cave located in this area. A short, uphil climb brings you to the entrance. The
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This botanical gardens actually consists of two gardens: Lawa'i and Alberton Gardens. Lawa'i is a 186-acre preserve chartered by the
Spend a day at three of Oahu's most famous attractions on this tour of Pearl Harbor, the Dole Plantation and
This is the easiest of the two wet caves to access as it is located just off the road. Sea
North of Kapaa Beach is Kealia. This 150-foot wide, 1/2 mile long beach is popular with surfers and boogie boarders.
The swimming here is very hazardous as there is no reef to slow down the wave action. There is also
This old sugar mill is a daily reminder of the past when sugar was the primary cash crop on Kauai
The last beach on the road, this is Kauai's westernmost point. It is an extension of Barking Sands Beach making
This beautiful, long sandy beach is the first portion of 15 miles of beaches that stretch along the west coast.
Walter Duncan McBryde, a Scotchman who began cattle ranching in South Kauai, planted these Eucalyptus Trees over 150 years ago.
This natural wonder occurs water rushes under a lava shelf and bursts through a small opening at the surface. Every
Swinging foot bridge over the Hanapepe River was rebuilt after the 1992 hurricane