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Kauai Museum

There are two parts to this museum. Every aspect of the island's history, starting at its formation and winding up at present, is covered in the permanent exhibit in the Rice Building. Historic displays include ancient artifacts, scientific diagrams, and turn-of-the-century photographs. The Wilcox Building houses the Mezzanine Gallery, which features an ever-changing display of works by professional and amateur local artists, as well as other exhibits and the gift shop. The museum-sponsored events are geared toward the local community and tourists.

Kōkeʻe State Park

A favorite place for hikers, campers and picnickers, this park is located on the western shore of Kauai. The centerpiece here is the spectacular Waimea Canyon. One of the best ways to see the canyon is to hike the easy Iliau Nature Loop, located between Mile Marker 8 and 9. The Koke'e Natural History Museum, located inside the park, is a great place to learn about the surroundings, research the trails or pick up a map. Kōkeʻe State Park offers an opportunity to connect with nature, explore diverse ecosystems, and experience the awe-inspiring beauty of Hawaii's uplands.

Nāpali Coast State Wilderness Park

The sea cliffs of Kauai's west side tower above the wild and beautiful ocean, sometimes reaching as high as 4,000 feet (1219.2 meters) above sea level. They give Na Pali its name, which is Hawaiian for "The Cliffs." The rugged cliffs and lush tropical vegetation truly make the Na Pali coast one of the most unspoiled and gorgeous in the world. In addition to being considered one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world, this 17-mile (16.37-kilometer) stretch also offers some of the world's best hiking. Less hardy sightseers will want to tour the area by helicopter or boat.

Kīlauea Point National Wildlife Refuge

A number of seabirds, including shearwaters, red-footed boobies and albatross can be seen at this reserve. Indigenous plant life also thrives. While experts will probably come prepared, regular tourists will appreciate the on-loan binoculars and the refuge's volunteer staff. Sometimes whales or other inhabitants of the sea can be glimpsed in the waters below Lighthouse Point. Do not forget to stop by the old lighthouse (an attraction in its own right) before leaving.

Grove Farm Museum

If you want to get an idea of what the island looked like when sugar cane was the main industry, visit this restored historic property. Its many exhibits and displays give hints of what life was like on the sugar plantations of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Tour the grounds, which at one point spanned 80 acres, or read up on literature. This is, understandably, a very popular destination for people on school field trips, cultural seminars and other educational excursions. Call in advance and reserve a time to tour the grounds.

Waimea Canyon State Park

Known as the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific," Waimea Canyon State Park boasts rugged cliffs, verdant valleys, and cascading waterfalls that stretch as far as the eye can see. This park also comprises beautiful hiking trails that are sure to soothe your eyes and calm your mind. The exhilarating Waipo'o Falls Trail and the tranquil Kukui Trail feature a rare variety of flora and fauna that are truly worth admiring. This canyon also offers a breathtaking view of Waimea Canyon’s colorful gorge. Here, you can take a scenic drive whilst also capturing amazing photographs. While you will come across several viewpoints, the viewpoint of Ni‘ihau Island is to look out for. Those interested can indulge in fishing and hunting activities during the specified seasons. Waimea Canyon State Park is a great place to set up a picnic with your loved ones and admire the beauty of nature.

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