Sleeping Giant – Nounou Mountain Upon leaving Lihue and heading north on Kuhio Highway, you will cross over one of Hawaii’s few navigable rivers, the Wailua River. The river is a great source of pleasure for vacationers and locals alike, from paddle boarding, to kayaking up the calm waters ...read more
Free Mini Golf and Trail Access at Kauai Mini Golf! Kauai Mini Golf As a mahalo to all island residents for their support, Kauai Mini Golf offers a free round of golf to all kama’aina on the last Sunday of every month from 4:pm to 8:pm.  Free!  If you’ve never taken the time to enjoy ...read more
A hike from Pihea Vista through the Alakai Swamp gives a rewarding view. Kalalau Valley from Pihea Vista. Photo by Adrian Sear Kauai's jagged mountain top ridges are home to incredibly vibrant rainbows and the terminus of stunning emerald cliffs, which also shroud some of the most ...read more
  Photo credit: Thomas Kaiakapu, DOFAW. Photo courtesy of Kauai Seabird Habitat Conservation Plan. For more information please visit their website at www.kauai-seabirdhcp.info. Vulnerable Fledglings Confused By Lights Can Be Taken To Shearwater Aid Stations   From April to ...read more
Mokihana Festival September 16-22, 2012 Take the time to enjoy the Mokihana Festival. The annual Mokihana Festival will take place on Kauai from September 16-22, 2012. This is a contemporary Hawaiian cultural festival including music contests, hula competitions, poetry, arts and crafts. ...read more
I’m sure most of you have had a chance to view the amazing photos on our Kauai Waves.  Dane Grady, the photographer, has shared with us a new series of photos which visually explain why we all choose to live on Kauai.  Take a few minutes to check out Kauai Lifestyle. Photo by Dane Grady. ...read more