Kauai, the Garden Island, is the oldest of the main Hawaiian islands. It is considered the most pristine of the main islands with its many white sandy beaches and verdant mountains and valleys. Quite uniquely no buildings taller than a coconut tree are allowed to be built on Kauai. Scenic sites include picturesque Hanalei Bay, the Na Pali Coast, and Waimea Canyon -- the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific." Kauai also boasts the only navigable river in Hawaii, the Wailua River which flows from inaccessible Mt. Wai'ale'ale, high above its which in its remote mountain top reaches has the wettest spot on earth drawing an average of 480 inches per year. The climate and rainfall patterns on Kauai, however, have more in common with the other Hawaii Islands in which mild sunny dry weather is normal for every month of the year with summers slightly drier and winters somewhat damper usually because of night and early morning showers. A favorite for movie directors looking for paradise, Kauai's spectacular beauty has provided the backdrop for a huge array of films including 'South Pacific,' 'Uncommon Valor,' 'King Kong,' 'Fantasy Island,' 'Blue Hawaii,' 'The Thorn Birds' and, most recently, 'Jurassic Park' and 'Six Days, Seven Nights.'
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For travel informational guides and directory type sites which list other sites of purveyors of travel products; lodging, transportation, activities, packages thereof and the like as opposed to those sites which are actually offering travel products that they manage and/or operate.
Welcome and aloha! Hawaii has been known as "The Health State" for years and both travelers and residents enjoy the healthy environment that these 'islands of aloha' provide. Our focus for this category is Health and Wellness in Kauai. We'll offer a variety of resources across the spectrum from East to West, from allopathic to integrative medicine, all to support you on your journey in health maintenance and joyful living. Feel free to offer your suggestions or comments. Mahalo nui loa.

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A place to find links to Kauai newspapers, magazines, radio stations, TV stations, etc.
Aloha and welcome to the Garden Island! Here you'll find links to companies that provide activities and tours of Kauai. Some of the fun things to do here include: helicopter tours, Na Pali boat tours (with whalewatching during the winter), tropical luaus, snorkeling, hiking, scuba, horseback riding, kayaking and mountain biking.
The Island of Kauai is divided into five different regions with varying climates. They are: Eastside Lihue Area North Shore South Shore Westside
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For the listing of sites offering information on science and environmental issues on Kauai.
For churches, temples, religious institutions, groups, societies, and other related sites on Kauai.