Honeymoon on Kauai
Uncover Kauai’s Pristine Wonders Aloha Island Wedding recommends
this island as a perfect honeymoon escape
Kauai is one of the main islands of Hawaii surrounded by the Pacific Ocean’s clear turquoise water. Also known as the Garden Island, this 550 square meter tropical sanctuary is famous for its lush gardens, awe-inspiring waterfalls, emerald-colored mountains and amazing sandy beaches. Almost all the lands of this circular-shaped island are used for agriculture, making 70% of the entire island impossible to traverse by foot.
Visitors could start by flight seeing the entire Kauai island on board a helicopter. They would have a better view of the places that they could later visit. Awesome mountain sceneries and countless towering over waterfalls would definitely captivate their eyes. The helicopter would also soar above the very center of the island where Mt. Waialeale could be seen. This 3,000 feet mountain is considered to be the wettest area on the planet that has an average of 440 inches of rainfall annually.
Nature lovers would absolutely find it rewarding to visit Allerton Garden, which is recognized as the Garden of Eden on earth. This garden paradise offers visitors an array of colorful, rare, and unique flowers and plants. People would feel amazed at the wonderful surprises awaiting them at every turn. A masterpiece known as Lawai Kai is a manmade stretch of white sand beach structure with sparkling blue and green waves could also be found in this haven.
The Pihea Overlook is place tourists would not want to miss. Set on 4,280 feet high ground, it is the highest point in the Kalalau Valley. It has a fantastic trail called Puuokila Trail that allows the visitors to take a much longer and more ideal look of the beautiful surrounding seen on air.
Tourists would also love to take a stroll or go on a bike ride on the newly-constructed Kauai Coastal Pedestrian Path that connects Lihue and Anahola. Ke Ala Hele Makalae or The Path that go by the Coast is its official name. The wide pathway, which is fully cemented, provides access to be several of the famous shopping and dining areas and other favorite sightseeing spots. This eco-friendly trail can also be enjoyed by the disabled. Travelers would surely have the most unforgettable walks of their lifetime.
To have a unique cave experience, travelers should visit the Blue Room, which is inside a wet cave. It is one of the unique rock formations in the island. The sunlight passing through the cave’s fresh clear water makes an extraordinary blue light. This certain scene makes the cave even more special. Swimming, however, is strictly prohibited in the cave since leptospirosis bacteria might be present.
Another fun activity to do in Kauai is kayaking on Hanelei River. Visitors would not believe their eyes when they find fish actually jumping out of the water. This is truly a one of a kind experience.
One of the untouched beaches in Kauai is the serene Maha`ulepu Beach in the south. It is the best place for tourists to surf, windsurf, fish, dive, hike, and have a picnic. Maha`ulepu Beach is recognized as a living museum for it presents 5 million years of Kauai’s rich history. It also houses unusual and extinct animal and plant species.
Kipu Falls is another wonderful place to see. The falls are surrounded by a 20-foot rock wall. Tied on the trees are numerous rope swings in different lengths for tourists to enjoy.
Golf enthusiasts would find Kukuiolono Golf Course and Park a spectacular site to play the sport. Situated on top of the hill with fantastic sceneries of the ocean and the island’s southwestern area, players would definitely have a remarkable time.
The weather in Kauai all throughout the year is close to perfect on the beaches but rains almost daily in the mountains and the world famous Kokee volcanoe national park. Travelers would find it irresistible not to explore all the wonderful tourist destinations that could only be found here.