The Hawaiian island of Kauai is the fourth largest island, yet the rainiest island in the Hawaiian archipelago. When traveling to Kauai, chances are you will see the rain. This keeps the island green, lush and beautiful; Kauai is known as the Garden Isle. Kauai is home to a gorgeous tropical rainforest, beautiful hiking trails, many waterfalls and abundance of plants and wildlife. The wettest time of the year in Kauai is from December to March.
Kauai has its share of both rain and sun. Any trip here is certain to include a few showers. Enjoy the warm tropical mist and rainbows to follow along the 50-miles of beaches. Explore the island by land, sea or air. Don’t miss the Napali Coast, Waimea Canyon or a trip down the Wailua River.
Where to Stay:
- Koa Kea Hotel & Resort - luxury oceanfront accommodations situated on the world-famous Poipu Beach
- Try Airbnb.com, VRBO.com or Vacationrentals.com for affordable condos, cottages and houses