The Lihue Airport is the primary entry point for visitors to the island of Kauai, Hawaii. Lihue Airport is a state-owned airport open to the public. The airport grounds span 879 acres on the Southeast coast of Kauai 1.5 miles from the city of Lihue.
Kauais charming Hanalei Town, just minutes from Princeville, welcomes visitors with the timeless beauty one expects from a small town in Hawaii.
Historic, picturesque and inspiring all-in-one, the Tunnel of Trees on Kauai leads the way along Highway 520 to Poipu Beach.
Over one mile long, 14 miles wide, and over 3,600 feet deep, the Waimea Canyon is “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific”.
The Hanapepe Swinging Bride in lovely Hanapepe Town holds a long, interesting history. Located on the island of Kauai, the Hanapepe Bridge is now supported and much safer than before.
Menehune Fishpond, an ancient Hawaiian source of food for centuries, is found on the island of Kauai. Also known as “Alekoko” fish pond.
Russian Fort Elizabeth is the last standing Russian fort in Hawaii and is now a National Historic Landmark.
Spouting Horn Blowhole is one of Kauais most popular natural attractions that mixes sea and earth, shooting water up through an ancient lava tube and sending an upward blast at heights of 50 feet into the air.
Koloa is where it all began. Hawaiis sugar industry was planted on Kauai at Old Koloa Town, where the first successful sugar venture on the Hawaiian Islands came to life.
Kauai’s Menehune Ditch is a massive irrigation system built with lava stone. The waterways brought water from the Waimea River to the taro fields.