- Wailua River Kayak Tour
- Hanalei Valley Tour
- Luau Halau at Kauai Coconut Beach Resort
- Kauai Sea Tours
- Smith's Tropical Paradise
- Wailua River / Fern Grotto Tour with Boat Fare
- Waimea Canyon Tour with Wailua River
- Waimea Canyon Tour
- Helicopter Tours
The "Garden Island" offers magnificent scenery
and lush vegetation, beautiful waterfalls, the spectacular
Waimea Canyon, the great "hidden" valley of
Kalalau, colorful tropical plants and flowers. Landmarks:
Hanalei Bay, Wailua River, Nawiliwili Bay, Poipu Beach.
Poipu is Kauai's most popular
tourist area for good reason: it is sunny most of the
Kauai is a Hawaiian island of
seven micro climates ranging from dry desert to tropical
rain forest. Poipu has a semi-arid tropical climate.
The near-by Haupu Mountain range blocks most prevailing
showers. The average annual rainfall in Poipu is 34
inches. By comparison, Miami receives 55 inches. In
the winter, daytime temperatures in Poipu range from
the mid 70's to the lower 80's. Nighttime temperatures
are in the low to mid 60's. In the summer, daytime temperatures
go as high as the upper 80's, and during the night,
down into the low 70's. When showers make it into the
Poipu area, they are usually brief.
For comfort wear natural fiber
clothing such as cotton which is most comfortable in
the tropics. You should also pack a sweater or jacket
and long pants to take on trips up into the mountains,
where the air, at 4,000 feet, is cooler.
Most of the Poipu area hotels
have air conditioning. Many other types of accommodations
do not, but are equipped with ceiling fans and louvered
windows. Prevailing trade winds provide a natural cooling
effect most of the time.
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