The island of Kauai is nature at its best. Due to its size and focus on nature and preservation, Kauai’s lush tropical setting makes it the perfect destination getaway. Kauai is rustic and free, yet tame and accessible.  Lose yourself to the gentle trade winds. Take in the lush greenery. Inhale the fresh floral environment around you. Each Island has its own distinctive charm, and Kauai is the tropical centerpiece of Hawaii, full of outdoor activities, attractions and culture.

There is no gay scene on the island. If you’re looking for a gay scene, then Oahu is the island for you. Kauai’s natural beauty is what draws people to the island. Here you’ll find waterfalls, sea cliffs, white sand beaches and red clay canyons that have been near constant backdrops for Hollywood movies like Jurassic Park. 

Flights arrive at Kauai’s main airport, Lihue Airport (LIH) in southeastern Lihue. Most flights to Kauai will route through Honolulu International Airport (HNL) on Oahu first and then head to Kauai. You’ll find everything from bed and breakfasts to luxury resorts in the areas of North Shore (Princeville), East Side (Coconut Coast), Lihue (Kalapaki), South Shore (Poipu), and West Side (Waimea).

Once you’ve settled in, break out the sunscreen and go outdoors. Explore Kauai’s beautiful beaches where you can sunbathe, snorkel or learn how to surf. Then visit Kauai’s humbling natural wonders, from Waimea Canyon (nicknamed “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific) to the Napali Coast (a breathtaking coastal range that can only be accessed by hiking, sea tour or helicopter tour.), and many more. Take a break in Kauai’s small towns like Hanapepe, Hanalei and Old Koloa Town to get a taste of local food and art, as well as learn about the island’s fascinating history and culture. After a long day, watch the sunset from the comforts of your resort and recharge for another day of discovery on Kauai.

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