Top 18 attractions to explore in Kauai County
Kauaʻi County is a county in the U.S. state of Hawaiʻi. It consists of the islands of Kauaʻi, Niʻihau, Lehua, and Kaʻula. Not much popular among the other popular places, so the visitors to this place are not much and its gradually increasing day by day.
Attractions in Kauai County
A beautiful botanical garden which was made by Robert Allerton and John Gregg Allerton which covers an 80 acres area and It is one of the five gardens of the non-profit National Tropical Botanical Garden. The garden is flourished with various verities of flora and fauna and it is a visitors paradise.
Glass Beach is a beach in Eleele, an industrial area in Kauai, Hawaii that is made of sea glass. The beach's regular rock is basalt, but the sea glass formed after years of discarded glass. Daily a lot of people visit this place and spend some valuable time here.
A state park located on the north shore of the Hawaiian island of Kauaʻi. The park provides access to beaches, trails, and several ancient Hawaiian sites, including sea caves estimated to be more than 4,000 years old. This is an archaeologically important place.
This is a National Wildlife Refuge on the northwest coast of the island of Kauaʻi in Hawaiʻi. It was established to preserve and enhance seabird nesting colonies. Each year, thousands of migratory seabirds use Kīlauea Point National Wildlife Refuge for nesting, foraging, or resting.
A botanical garden and nature preserve on the north shore of Kauaʻi island, Hawaiʻi. It is one of the five gardens of the non-profit National Tropical Botanical Garden. It covers three distinct ecological zones.
This is a Hawaiian state park which was located at the northwest side of Kauaʻi, the oldest inhabited Hawaiian island. coastline stretching from the remote and wild Polihale Beach on the west to Kee Beach on the north shore of Kauai. It is one of the world’s most scenic coastlines of beautiful beaches, towering sea cliffs, and deep hanging valleys with waterfalls that merge into the sea.
This is a mountain ridge located in the s Wailua and Kapaʻa in the Nounou Forest Reserve. The formation received its common English name both from its resemblance to a reclining human figure, and from a Native Hawaiian legend about a giant who, after great labor or overeating, lay to rest and is yet to awaken.
Spouting Horn is a blowhole located on the southern coast of Kauai. This area is known for its crashing waves. These waves erode lava rocks on the coastline which can create narrow openings, as is the case with Spouting Horn. It is one of the major tourist attraction in Kauai county.
Map of attractions in Kauai County