Kuilau Ridge & Moalepe Trails
The Kuilau Ridge Trail (2.1 miles)is recommended for its sheer beauty: emerald valleys, colorful birds, dewy bushes, thick ferns and...
Kauaʻi's Hindu Monastery
Serious pilgrims and curious sightseers alike are welcome at the island’s splendid Hindu monastery, set on 458 acres of buoyantly...
Keahua Arboretum information
Lonely Planet review
A local favorite picnic spot at the end of Kuamoʻo Rd, this arboretum resembles storybook countryside, with grassy fields, a gurgling stream and groves of teak, eucalyptus, shower and other tall trees. Locals enjoy swimming or splashing in the freshwater stream and pools, but remember that the water can contain the leptospirosis bacterium. The road continues past the arboretum parking lot, but you must cross water – not recommended if you’re driving a standard car, especially if rainy.