The main attraction on the Hawaiian island of
Kauai is its natural beauty and unassuming lifestyle of the people.
The wettest spot on earth is said to be Kauai's Mount Waialeale
with an average rainfall of 485 inches per year - this has resulted
in the Alakai Swamp, the highest swamp in the world, and the Waimea
River, the longest river in the Hawaiian Islands. It also causes an
abundance of rainbows and lush vegetation that has earned it the
title of 'the Garden Island'.
Polynesian Cultural Centre Oahu
Hawaii's top tourist attraction, the
Polynesian Cultural Centre, is situated on the Kamehameha Highway
in Laie on the scenic north shore of Oahu island.
Bishop Museum Oahu
The Bishop Museum in Honolulu is the largest
museum in Hawaii and the premier natural and cultural history
institution in the Pacific, recognised worldwide for its cultural
collections, research projects and educational programmes.
Valley of the Temples Oahu
Opposite a bustling shopping centre on the
Kahekili Highway in Kaneohe, below the Koolau mountains, nestles a
little piece of Japan tucked away in Hawaii.
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