About Kauai

Kauai is the oldest of the main Hawaiian Islands and is known for its stunning and diverse landscape and flora and fauna.  Home to one of the wettest spots on earth (Mount Waiealea in the center of the Island) receives upwards of 452 inches of rain per year, Kauai also has an arid and desert-like Western shore.  Kauai’s famous north shore is lush and verdant with a backdrop of steep,rugged mountains laced with waterfalls.  Kauai’s most famous scenic locations include the stunning NaPali Coast, the Wailua River and the Waimea Canyon, also known as the Grand Canyon of the Pacific.  There are quaint towns to explore, resort areas with world class Golf and spa amenities, white sand beaches, waterfalls and fabulous hiking trails.  No matter what your preference, Kauai has something for everyone.




Kauai's East SideKauai’s Coconut Coast

Kauai’s Eastern Shore also know as the Coconut Coast is a scenic and central location for vacationers to the Island.  Home to the Wailua River (Hawaii’s only navigable river) and the bustling town of Kapaa, you will find many restaurants, shops and activities to choose from.  There are hiking trails close by, a sacred Hawaiian heiu, white sand beaches, coconut groves, a four mile coastal bike path, waterfalls and parks.  Click here to see our Kapaa Vacation Condos.