Archive of: Destinations, Kauai

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Trumpets of the Sea May-Aug 2012

Trumpets of the Sea

A relative of the seahorse, trumpetfish (Aulostomus maculatus) are named for their long, thin bodies with upturned mouths. While common in waters around the Big Island, these masters of disguise can be hard to spot.

Kauai in Technicolor Jan-Apr 2012

Kauai in Technicolor

Kauai’s beaches with its picturesque setting, gentle breezes, swaying palms and the alluring sound of the rhythmic ocean create the ideal environment for anyone ready to enjoy the amazing beauty and splendor of this island paradise.

Polihale Beach Jan-Apr 2012

Polihale Beach

Polihale is hands-down one of the most breathtakingly beautiful beaches in the world. This seemingly deserted locale on the western end of the island is several miles from the nearest town and holds a vibe of enchantment and mystique, still alive on Kauai today.

The Sunny South Shore September 2011

The Sunny South Shore

A tunnel of tall eucalyptus trees marks the gateway to Kauai’s sunny South Shore. Perfect weather and golden beaches make the south side of Kauai a favorite hang out for both visitors and locals

Kauai's North Shore September 2011

Kauai's North Shore

The North Shore of Kauai is tranquil and draped in velvety green with waterfalls cascading from heaven into a verdant valley, with the sounds of gentle surf.

East Kauai September 2011

East Kauai

The East side of Kauai is often referred to as the Royal Coconut Coast. Appropriately named considering the royal history and the abundance of ancient coconut groves from Wailua to Kapaa.