Known as "the Garden Isle" and for being the oldest of the Hawaiian Islands at 5.1 million years old, Kauai is home to tropical rain forests, beloved beaches, emerald valleys, dramatic cliffs, and cascading waterfalls. These lush landscapes have served as the backdrop to for major Hollywood films and offer a multitude of things to do around the island. Kauai is a true adventure lover’s paradise with activities from surfing, kayaking, snorkeling, and hiking but is also for those that are seeking a quieter place with plenty of opportunities to be enveloped in the local culture and history.
Floods, Volcanoes, and Kauai Update - 6/20/18
Aloha, the Poipu Beach Resort Association has released an announcement stating that Kauai remains safe to visit and the rest of the island is business as usual. Please note that the road just past Hanalei town is closed for the time being and hiking to Hanakapiai/Kalalau is not permitted. Otherwise, keep those vacation plans and come visit the sunny south side of the island.
For up to date travel information on the Kilaueu Volcano and other island news, please visit the Hawaii Tourism Authority's webiste at: https://www.hawaiitourismauthority.org/news/alerts...
Kilauea Volcano Update - 5/18/18
Aloha, the Hawai’i Visitors & Convention Bureau has released an announcement stating that all the Hawaiian Islands are unaffected by the Kilauea volcano except for a remote area on the island of Hawaii’s east side located over 300 miles away from Kauai. All flights, activities, and attractions are operating normally, and air quality remains largely unchanged. For details visit the Hawaii Visitor Bureau’s page at: https://goo.gl/L5h7Dg . Our thoughts are with our neighbors on the Big Island that have been impacted by the Kilauea eruption and activity.