The Napali Coast is about a 15-mile stretch of mostly inaccessible terrain that holds an array of isolated gems and breathtaking vistas. There are three main options to enjoy the treasured destination—by air, foot or boat. Each mode of exploration provides a different, yet equally, profound experience.
On an island teeming with breathtaking beaches, mountains and cliffs, it can be easy to overlook some of its less prominent features. On the North Shore, two such places are known as the Dry Cave and Wet Cave.
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.
With amazing vistas and world-renowned designers like Jack Nicklaus and Robert Trent Jones, Jr., playing golf on Kauai is as challenging as it is beautiful.
Since most of Kauai is undeveloped and inaccessible, the best way to see the remote and sheer immense beauty of the Garden Island is through the air.
Be engulfed with the spectacular beauty of Kauai waterfalls
Look for leaping giants. The best part about being in Kauai in the winter, besides escaping the winter blues and shoveling snow, is seeing the majestic humpback whales as they frolic in our warm waters.
Kayak the Wailua River. Once reserved for royalty only, the Wailua River offers adventure enthusiasts an array of opportunities to explore its hidden treasures.
Famed Hawaiian surfer, Duke Kahanamoku is often credited with inspiring the modern reinvention of stand up paddling, as the sport can be traced back to ancient Hawaii.
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.