Kauai - the oldest of the main Hawaiian Islands, also known as the "Garden Isle."
Kauaʻi's origins are volcanic, the island having been formed by the passage of the Pacific plate over the Hawaii hotspot and here are some photos of some of the island's amazing spots.
The official state flower is the yellow hibiscus (hibiscus brackenridgei), also known as the pua aloalo. Hawaiian flowers provide color and allure are found thoughout the Garden Island of Kauai.
Waterfalls are commonly formed in Kauai after a mid-day rainfall and generally followed by a rainbow
The Nā Pali coast itself extends southwest starting at Keʻe Beach extending all the way to Polihale State Park. The pali (cliffs) rise as high as 4,000 feet (1,200 m) above the Pacific Ocean.
Hanalei Bay consists of nearly two miles of beach, surrounded by mountains. In the winter it is a favorite spot for surfing.
Here you will find some very special moments on Kauai that you may have missed when you were here, or that you might want to visit. Enjoy!