Kauai – Nature’s Beachfront Safari
Less than 575 square miles in area, Kauai is home to three separate National Wildlife Refuges, eight National Parks and numerous state parks, forests and preserves.
One of the world’s most important conservation areas, over 90% of Kauai is unpopulated.
Whether hiking or swimming, kayaking or even relaxing on your private lanai, Kauai surrounds you with natural beauty.
Kauai’s natural beauty is reflected in the wildlife as well:
Go snorkeling and you may meet sea turtles having lunch on the ocean floor…
Drive past the Kīlauea Lighthouse (on the National Register of Historic Places) and watch a flock of the Nene, Hawai’s state bird, fly over…
You may even find that one of your neighbors sunning themselves on the beach is a monk seal!
Another visitor favorite is to swim with the dolphins off the Na Pali Coast!
From November to May, gentle Humpback Whales make Kauai’s warm waters their winter home.