Hawaii - the islands of Kauai and Lanai

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Hawaii – The Island of Kauai - the "Garden Isle"  


How can so much beauty be found in one place? From the soaring cliffs of the Napali Coast to the vast chasms of Waimea Canyon, Kauai enchants the senses like no other island.

Plunging ravines, Cascading waterfalls, Unforgettable cliffs, canyons, beaches, and bays “The Island of Discovery,” begs to be discovered.

What can I do on Kauai?

  • Hike up Waimea Canyon for stunning views of the “Grand Canyon of the Pacific”
  • Take a helicopter ride along the 3000-foot cliffs of the Napali coast
  •  Kayak down the Wailua River. Kauai has the only navigable rivers in Hawaii.

The Garden Isle is an entirely accurate description for the northernmost island in the Hawaiian chain, entwined with sharp mountain spires, lush valleys and jagged cliffs, all draped in a canopy of emerald. Kauai appeals to a wide audience because of its dramatic beauty, abundance of activities, and laid back atmosphere.

The verdant scenery will not disappoint you. Whether hiking the Napali Coast, sunbathing in Poipu, or exploring the expansive Waimea Canyon, the views are phenomenal. Nightlife isn’t a priority here, but you won’t miss it. The timeless beauty and allure of Kauai is what makes it such a treasured destination.

Kauai Quick Facts:

  • In Waimea, the Captain Cook Monument marks the British arrival in 1778.
  • The Huleia National Wildlife Refuge is home to 31 species of birds.
  • Camping allows you to see the island in its rawest form.
  • Hanalei’s one-lane bridges set the pace for the town.
  • Kauai’s incredible Waimea Canyon is 10 miles long, and one mile wide.

Kauai’s’ average yearly temperature ranges between 69° to 84° and the trade winds keep things cool chasing  away much of Hawaii’s humidity.

Kauai, Hawaii’s Island of discovery, come see for yourself.


Hawaii – The island of Lanai – “The Pineapple Island”


Lanai, Hawaii’s most Enticing Island is a small, romantic island of intriguing contrasts.  The Four Seasons chain own and run both of the hotels on the island providing two luxury retreats where guest indulge in World-Class amenities.

Lanai isn’t everything to everybody, it doesn’t have to be, away from the crowds and hustle of everyday life, Lanai is a destination of exquisite, untouched tranquillity. This Island is a true getaway. Here you can wrap yourself in the elegance of two world-class resorts and enjoy the peaceful seclusion that has earned Lanai the name, “Hawaii’s Most Enticing Island.”

The smallest inhabited island in Hawaii, Lanai offers big enticements to its visitors. Two high-calibre courses make it a mandatory stop for golfers. Enthralling sights like the rock formations of Keahiakawelo are scattered throughout the island. Plus its luxurious resorts offer ample opportunities to relax and rejuvenate. It’s true that Lanai isn’t for everybody. And that’s exactly why so many fall in love with it

From the stunning views atop the pine-lined Munro Trail to watching the acrobatic Spinner dolphins from the Hulopoe Bay Tidal Pools, Lanai is a special place where you’ll find serenity, adventure, and intimacy.

Average Temperature: 70º to 85º F.  Lanai City is cooler than the beaches due to its elevation. The weather is relatively dry for a Hawaiian island, receiving only about 37 inches of rainfall per year.

Transportation: There is no public transportation on Lanai so it’s best to rent a car or 4-wheel drive.  Make reservations in advance. Otherwise, there are limited shuttles and taxi services available.

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