Located the most northwestern of Hawaii’s major islands, Kauai is the fourth largest and oldest island in the Hawaiian group. It is known as “ Garden Isle” due to its lush greenery and tropical plants. Kawaikini is the highest peak on the mountainous and the second highest peak is Mount Waialeale.
Tourism is is the largest contributor to Kauai economy. Accommodation and food service provide the most jobs, nearly twice that is offered by government. Agriculture accounts for a few even though Kauai is home to many varieties of fruits and crops.
Places to visit:
• Waimea Canyon – A geological wonder
• Fern Grotto – A natural amphitheater covered with lush tropical growth
• Spouting Horn – A vocal blowhole
• Makauwahi Cave – The largest limestone cave
Kauai has warm temperature in whole year. The average minimum temperature is 19°C in January, and the average maximum is 29°C in August.