We have wild chickens. They’re everywhere, and they can fly. The roosters are gorgeous (some people take more photos of roosters than of waterfalls). Why DID the chicken cross the road? To amuse the tourists. The roosters crow at odd
There are farmers’ markets every day of the week, in different parts of the island. You’ll find fresh tropical fruit and flowers, vegetables, and flowers. Don’t buy produce in grocery stores if you can avoid it. Support our local farmers.
Our beaches our numerous, each unique in its features, the sand, and the types of waves. There are some wonderful swimming beaches, even a few intended for “keiki,” which is the Hawaiian word for children. Some are too dangerous for
Kauai is a mecca for active people who wish to kayak the Wailua River, hike one of dozens of trails, snorkel, snuba, go horseback riding, drive an all-terrain vehicle (ATV, or Quad), fly a zipline, surf, bodyboard, SCUBA dive, paddle
It includes pony rides and bug collecting story time. Kid between 4 years to 11 years old will enjoy it the most. At Na Keiki o Ka ‘Aina the classes will help your kids to dip themselves in Polynesian culture.