Beautiful luscious landscape surrounding the waterfalls called Wailua Falls in Kauai, Hawaii
Wailua Falls, just north of Lihue, is easily accessible. You can view these falls from the road, with no hiking necessary. You may recognize them from the opening credits of the long-running TV series "Fantasy Island" as you see them cascade 80 feet in two separate streams.
Traditional hawaiian fish pond in Kauai, Hawaii
Not far from Nawiliwili Harbor, you'll find Alekoko Fishpond, a nearly 1,000-year-old example of ancient Hawaiian aquaculture that's on the National Register of Historic Places. Legend says the Menehune people built the pond in one night by lining up and passing stones hand-to-hand for 25 miles.
See the rocky red walls of Waimea Canyon, which stretches 14 miles long, a mile wide and more than 3,600 feet deep. You'll find numerous hiking trails for both beginners and experienced hikers, which will take you past dramatic panoramic views of the canyon.
Try some of Kauai's local food, such as saimin, a noodle soup dish that became popular during Hawaii's plantation era. Cruise to Kauai and embrace the local culture with the quirky dish Spam musubi, which consists of a grilled slice of Spam atop rice and wrapped in nori (dried seaweed). Cool off with a sweet shave ice topped with coconut cream.
You'll find unique made-in-Hawaii items on Kauai, including Aloha wear, Hawaiian jewelry, fine art and other souvenirs. For products specifically made in Kauai, look for shirts made from the island's red dirt and shirts with sporting Hawaiian-style designs, or seek out handmade soaps and candles scented with local plants and herbs.
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