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E Komo Mai!

Kauai is the oldest of the Hawaiian Islands and the one which best presents the image of 'paradise' that most people dream of. The island's primary attraction is its natural beauty. A trip around the island will provide a feast for the senses with lush green forests, secluded white sand beaches and cascading waterfalls. On Kauai, a waterfall is not a tourist attraction, it's just part of the landscape. Your circumnavigation will be interrupted by two of the world's greatest natural wonders; the Napali Coast and the Waimea Canyon.

Some of the things to do on Kauai include hiking, snorkelling, kayaking, diving, wind surfing, hula shows, luau's, plantation tours or just letting the local culture sink in. Be sure to take time to just relax and let your internal clock slow down to 'island time'. Fine dining and romantic beachside barbeques rank amongst the best ways to spend an evening. Travellers looking to enjoy a vibrant night life or fast paced city should probably spend more of their time in Waikiki.

While direct flights to Kauai's Lihue (LIH) airport are now available, an inter-island flight from Honolulu (HNL) takes only 16 minutes and can be reasonably priced. A rental car is a must on the island as Kauai's public transit system (Officially named 'The Bus') has a limited schedule. Most importantly, don't forget your sunscreen!


1. Kaui is know as the 'Garden Isle', due to it's lush flora, and is the northernmost of the Hawaiian Islands.
2. The island has a circular shape and an area of 550 square miles.
3. There are 113 miles of shoreline and 50 of those miles are sand beaches.
4. Ninety-seven percent of the land is used for agriculture and conservation and seventy percent of the island is inaccessible by foot.
6. Kauai's weather is near perfect year-round with daytime temperatures ranging from the mid 70's to the mid 80's, slightly warmer in the summer.
7. Rain showers usually fall in the evening and early morning hours, predominantely over the mountain ranges. Contrary to popular belief, it DOES NOT rain on Kauai all the time.
8. Mt. Waialeale (5,148 feet high) is the wettest spot on earth, with over 430 inches of rain per year pouring on its peak and creating wonderful waterfalls on the island below.
9. The temperature of the ocean ranges from 68 to 80 degrees fahrenheit.
10. Hawaii Standard Time is in effect year-round. There is no daylight savings time. Hawaii is 2 hours behind Pacific Standard Time and 5 hours behind Eastern Standard Time. When daylight savings time is in effect on the mainland, Hawaii is 3 hours behind the West Coast and 6 hours behind the East Coast.

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