“The Garden Isle”

Kauai is the northern-most island in the Hawaiian chain, located 100 miles northwest of Oahu. Appropriately known as “The Garden Isle,” the primary industry on Kauai has always been agriculture. With a resident population of 57,000, Kauai is an uncrowded, family-oriented community with great respect for its natural resources and the environment.

Crowned by Mt. Waialeale, the wettest spot on earth with over 450 inches of rain per year, Kauai spans over 550 square miles of pristine, natural beauty. From the rugged Nā Pali Coast, with its view toward the island of Niihau, to the surfing at Hanalei and the beaches of sunny Poipu, Kauai offers visitors some of the most stunning scenery on earth.