16 Kauai Landmarks You Absolutely Must See Story

By Andrew Sayles

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Introduction

16 Kauai Landmarks You Absolutely Must See Story

Kauai is the largest island in the northwestern tip of the Hawaiian island chain, and...

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Landmark 1

Kilauea Point Lighthouse

The Kilauea Lighthouse is found in northeast Kauai and stands upon 180-foot cliffs overlooking the...

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Landmark 2

Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge

Kilauea Point is not only the site of the island's famous lighthouse but is also...

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Landmark 3

Allerton and McBryde Gardens

Where the Kilauea refuge is primarily for Kauai's fauna, much of the island's flora is...

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Landmark 4

Wailua Falls

Wailua Falls is certainly one of the must-see places in Kauai, and fans of TV's...

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Landmark 5

Hanapepe Swinging Bridge

The swinging pedestrian bridge in the town of Hanapepe is a popular destination near the...

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Landmark 6

Spouting Horn Blowhole

For more Kauai points of interest on the south shore, visitors can find their way...

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Landmark 7

Waimea Canyon State Park

Often called "The Grand Canyon of the Pacific," Waimea Canyon is one of the most...

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Landmark 8

Poipu Beach Park

Poipu Beach Park is a favorite for families in Kauai, as it provides visitors with...

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Landmark 9

Koloa Heritage Trail

The Koloa Heritage Trail is a 14-stop, 10-mile trail that honors the history, environment, and...

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Landmark 10

Alekoko Fishpond

According to legend, the Alekoko Fishpond, also known as the Menehune Fishpond, was created by...

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Landmark 11

Grove Farm Sugar Plantation Museum

For over 150 years, sugar cane was king in Kauai. It replaced whaling as its...

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Landmark 12

Na Pali Coast State Wilderness Park

In northwest Kauai, Na Pali Coast State Park stretches for fifteen miles and is one...

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Landmark 13

Hanalei Valley Lookout

The Hanalei Valley Lookout will leave visitors spellbound amid a dazzling array of greens. The...

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Landmark 14

Fern Grotto

About two miles up the Wailua River and only accessible by boat, the Fern Grotto...

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Landmark 15

Ke Ala Hele Makalae Coastal Path

Translating to "The Path that Goes by Coast," the Ke Ala Hele Makalae Coastal Path...

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Landmark 16

Opaekaa Falls

Opeakaa Falls is a massive 40-foot wide, 150-foot falls that can be seen from an...

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Conclusion

Conclusion

While Kauai and its towns may lack some of the modernity and the more famous...

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