Wandering around the southside of Kauai, Nadia and I stumbled upon Nawiliwili Park and found great views of the bay and local wildlife.
Sure there’s limited parking, but if you go early enough to Ke’e Beach you’ll find your own piece of paradise in it’s surf.
Looking for a great place to snorkel in Kauai? Look no further than Lawa’i Beach for all your fish discoveries!
Foodland is your Hawaiian Island grocery store chain providing you with every imagineable foodstuff, household supply and local flavor.
On the eastern side of Kauai there’s a Sleeping GIant. If you look carefully you can see it and if you’re more careful you can hike up it.
This is a little late, but we love the Skyline Eco-Adventures crew and we love ziplining! And if you don’t believe me, look at Nadia’s face!
When you see something worth investigating, you just have to go for it. And I’m glad we went for the sign of Kauai’s lookout!
Anahola Beach is one of those gems of a beach that is relatively hidden on Kauai’s coastline with both hidden beauties and hidden dangers.