Our Journey To Kauai Hawaii in Might!
Greatest lodging Costs are April – Might and Sept – Early December
In Video: Purple River Canyon in Waimea, Waimea Valley, Opaekaa Falls (Twin Falls) & Na Pali Coast with Captain Andy’s.
Views: Wailua Falls, Waimea Canyon and the Waipoo Falls, Kalalau Lookout, Puu o Kila Lookout and Overlook, Puu Hinahina Lookout. Hanalei Valley Overlook, Nawilwili Harbor, Poliahu Heiau, Menehune Fishpond (Alekoko) & Wailua River.
Tradition: Wailua River Cultural Websites, The Nice Sacred Wailua Nu’alolo Kai.
Mountaineering: Kokee and Waimea State Park Mountaineering, Kalalau Path (wow), Waialeale Blue gap Hike, Hanakapiai Falls, Sleeping Big, Awaawapuhi Path, Kuilau Ridge Path, Pihea Path, Nualolo Path, Honopu Ridge Path, Kalepa Ridge Path &Makaleha Falls Hike.
Prime Seashores: Anini Seashore (wow), Shipwerck seashore, Pali Ke Kua, Lumahai Seashore, Donkey Seashore, Anahola Seashore (wow), Lydgate Seashore, Kalihiwai Seashore, Miloli’I Seashore, Nu’alolo Kai, Tunnels seashore (additionally good snorkeling), Kee Seashore, Poliahu Heiau,
Actions: Whale watching from November by way of March at Na Pali Explorer, Wailua Falls, The Nice Sacred Wailua – Wailua Ahu Anon (nice picnic spot), Opaekaa Falls.
Overrated: The Allerton Backyard, Kupu falls, Hanakapiai Falls path, Queens baths, Waimea Canyon’s predominant lookout, Spouting Horn, Tunnels seashore.
Underrated: Limahuli Backyard, Haena Seashore Park, Puu o Kila Lookout, Wailua River, Nualolo Path.