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Makauwahi Cave

The Maka‘uwahi Cave is Hawaii's largest limestone cave found in Hawaii. Located in the Māhāʻulepū Valley close to Māhāʻulepū Beach, the cave was discovered...

Located near Kauai’s Tree Tunnel and Old Koloa Sugar Mill, the Waita Reservoir is another important piece of history that shaped Kauai into...

La'aukahi Peak has an elevation of 1,381 feet and is located northwest of Kokii. The peak was used by native Hawaiians as...

An aerial view of Kauai

The Keolewa Heiau is a unique archelogical site located on the Hā‘upu ridge with an oral history involving a love affair between a goddess and a demi-god.

Pu'uwanawana Kauai

The Pu‘uwanawana Volcanic Cone was formed more than five million years ago from a volcano spewing lava. Pu‘uwanawana is known as a cinder...

Spouting Horn Kauai

Spouting Horn (or known as Puhi by early Hawaiians) is one of Kauai's most photographed spots. The blowhole was formed by the...

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