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The Top 5 Things To Do On Kauai

By: Lola Frailey Friday October 17, 2014 comments Tags: Noni farm tour, free noni farm tour

Geologically the oldest of the Hawaiian islands at 5 million years old and generally considered to be the most remote and beautiful, Kauai has a number of ‘can’t miss’ destinations when you visit. Below are the top 5 places you have to see when you head to this naturally lush and beautiful island of Kauai, so named the “Garden Isle.”

Kaakaaniu Plantation

Here you will discover Noni, a superfood fruit the Polynesians have used for a millennium and is highly regarded today. The Noni fruit has 165 beneficial enzymes and compounds that promote overall good health, wellness and energy. On the Hawaiian Organic Noni farm tour you will be able to explore the extensive 37 acre organic Noni farm. This ancient valley and plateau has orchards which stretch all the way to the Pacific Ocean. These guided tours will not only show you the gorgeous scenery of Kauai, but also will allow you to have free samples of delicious Noni Fruit Leather and Noni Lotions.

Explore the North Shore

The North Shore of Kauai has so many wonders to see. Arguably home to the best snorkeling in all of Hawaii and some of the finest Pacific sunsets you will ever see. Exploring this pristine coastline will take at least a day or two, even longer if you head up to the majestic Napali Coast via boat or an even longer hike through jungles. Cliffs rise 4,000 feet in the air and visitors often feel like they are in another world, not the 50th state in the USA. One hike will take most of a day and end on a beautiful beach, where you can camp under the stars right beside the ocean!

Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge

Also on the North side of the island of Kauai, this wildlife refuge has a decommissioned lighthouse and hosts one of the largest seabird nesting colonies in the world. Not only is it beside some of the most beautiful parts of the island, but the refuge has a remarkable number of birds that are usually never seen by man on a regular basis, or at least not in these large numbers. There are also sea turtles, spinner dolphins, monk seals and if you’re especially fortunate, humpback whales which frequent the refuge. You never know exactly what you might see!


This sleepy beach town in Kauai was made famous for the Puff the Magic Dragon song and offers the idyllic small town Hawaiian experience. Waterfalls cascade down the emerald green mountains that sit as the backdrop for Hanalei Bay. Swing through to have a nice meal, snorkel and kayak in the ocean or check out nearby ziplining. If you like to golf, two championship courses are in the luxury resort town of Princeville, just up the road.

Waimea Canyon

The West side of Kauai boasts the Waimea Canyon, also known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific. This geological wonder is 14 miles long, over one mile wide and 3600 feet deep. The Waimea Canyon Lookout provides panoramic views of crested buttes, rugged crags and deep valley gorges.  The grand inland vistas go on for miles.

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Lola Frailey

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