Explore the island of Kaua‘i, a natural wonderland filled with untouched beaches, lush jungles, idyllic waterfalls and sweeping landscapes. The dramatic Waimea Canyon is often described as "The Grand Canyon of the Pacific," and while it is truthfully only half as deep as the Arizona landmark, it does rival its majestic beauty.
Nawiliwili provides access to Kaua‘i's 50-miles of palm-tree-lined beaches. Further inland, the remarkable landscape features the dramatic peaks of Mount Kawaikini and Mount Waialeale—both soaring over 5,000 feet up from the ocean. Estimated to be over 6 million-years-old, the distinctive landscape is also the oldest of the major Hawaiian islands. Water and wind have used that time well to sculpt the island into a hauntingly gorgeous work of art.