From the soaring cliffs of the Napali Coast to the vast chasms of the Waimea Canyon, the island of Kauai is a land of amazing and dramatic contrasts. Mount Waialeale, the wettest spot on earth, averages over 400 inches of rain per year, yet less than 20 miles away, the arid southern plain averages under 40. Consequently, experiencing vastly different environments in the same day is easily doable.
Chronologically, Kauai is the oldest of the Hawaiian Islands which is why you will find a time worn topography, as opposed to the jagged young lava of the Big Island. Kauai is an island of adventure and discovery and now it is a place where you will want to come and play some serious golf.
KAUA'I ISLAND Facts
Nickname: The Garden Isle
Land Mass: 552.3 square miles
Highest Peak: Kawaikini Peak on Mt Wai'ale'ale, 5,243 feet
Major Airport: Lihue Airport
Golf Courses: 8 - 18 hole courses; 1 - 9 hole course