Kilauea Lighthouse

Charming Kilauea Lighthouse on Kauai

Kilauea Lighthouse on the island of Kauai is a wonderful place to spend an hour or two. The lighthouse also has a rich history and, like many lighthouses, has saved the lives of many over its lifespan. The Kilauea Lighthouse was built between 1912 and 1913 on Kilauea Point, which had been purchased for just $1.00 […]

Waimea Canyon

Waimea Canyon – the Grand Canyon of the Pacific

Hawaii is brimming with beautiful vistas, and Waimea Canyon is definitely one of those stellar views! Waimea Canyon is about 10 miles long, a mile wide and over 3,500 feet deep.  It’s commonly known as The Grand Canyon of the Pacific. The actual Grand Canyon might be a little bigger, but the two are equally […]

Wailua Falls

3 Reasons why we love Wailua Falls

3 Reasons We Love Wailua Falls 1) It’s easily accessible Though Kauai’s waterfalls are numerous, many of them are only viewable by helicopter or are tucked away on private property and therefore inaccessible. Wailua Falls is spectacular and it’s also right by the side of the road, which is amazing. The ease of access of […]

Tour Napali Coast

Tour Napali Coast – Kauai’s Breathtaking Claim to Fame

When on Kauai, you must tour Napali Coast. It’s one of the island’s biggest claims to fame – and with good reason. What you’ll find there are some of the most gorgeous views in all of Hawaii. A carpet of tropical foliage soften the rugged peaks. The sheer cliffs drop straight into the sparkling Pacific Ocean. Interspersed along […]

Tubing the Ditch on Kauai

A less than glamorous name for a pretty spectacular excursion, tubing the ditch is exactly what it sounds like: floating down a water-filled canal. What makes it spectacular?  First of all, this is no ordinary ditch!  They are really a series of trenches and tunnels dug nearly 150 years ago to irrigate the surrounding sugar […]