Population: 54,800      Area: 533 sq. miles
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Kauai is the oldest of all the Hawaiian Islands and it offering beauty at nearly every turn. This lovely and slow paced island is a favorite of honeymooners, yet, as you travel through this vast garden isle, you will discover a wide variety of sights and activities. Princeville is a boater’s and surfer’s delight, Poipu area is known for its beautiful beaches and the rugged Na Pali Coast is a dream paradise for photographer.

This is where Captain Cook first landed and discovered the lush vegetation, cascading waterfalls and the spectacular "Grand Canyon of the Pacific".

A visit to Kauai gives you the chance to experience places found nowhere else on earth, such as Waimea Canyon, the Wailua River and Fern Grotto, the secluded beaches of Hanalei Bay, and the delightful dinning and shopping of Coconut Plantation.

The oldest of the islands, Kauai is a favorite island for retreat from the big cities. You will find an unhurried atmosphere and unsurpassed beauty. The Island’s small towns and roadside general stores only add to the overall peaceful atmosphere. The old Hawaii is very much in evidence here, Kauai display nature at its best.

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