5 STUNNING WATERFALLS IN KAUAI

5 favorite waterfalls in Kauai-1If you love waterfalls you have to get on an airplane and get your loving waterfall soul to Kauai! Seriously, so many waterfalls to take your breath away. I’ve made it a little easier for you and listed some of the most stunning waterfalls to visit on your adventure. IMG_0265.jpegOPAEKA’A FALLS

Imagine you are just driving down the road you look out the window and this is what you see! Ahhh, what a sight to remember. Located along Route 580, this double falls is 151 feet tall and can’t be missed. I couldn’t find any information about hiking down so we just saw it from above. If you have any info about possible hiking let us know!IMG_0858.jpegWAIPOO FALLS

Located in the middle of Waimean Canyon you will find this gem. There are many lookout points to capture this sight. The hike to this falls is 4 miles round trip and considered moderate. Unfortunately, we didn’t know you could actually hike it so we missed out. But, if you want to know more about the actual hike to go All Trails for more information. FullSizeRender.jpgWAILUA FALLS

This waterfall is a fantasy and no wonder it was used for the TV show Fantasy Island! There is a great and safe overlook to see the waterfall right by the road. There are 2 hiking trails that lead to the bottom of the falls but are not recommend. We were rebels and we went for it! It was a steep short way down that had ropes to help you out. I would recommend it, but that’s just me! IMG_0487.jpegNA PALI COAST

If you decide to book a boat trip along the Na Pali Coast you well find so many waterfalls along the coast. These waterfalls range from all sizes and go straight into the ocean! Our guide would take us under some falls to freshen up from the hot day. Attachment-1.jpegRED DIRT WATEFALL

This is definitely the most different and unique falls in Kauai. On the way up to Waimean Canyon you’ll find these falls to your left. It feels and looks like you could possible be in Mars because off the red sand. This stunning fall is a true eye catcher and defiantly worth the stop.

10 PHOTOS TO INSPIRE YOU TO VISIT QUEEN’S BATH, HI

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After doing some research I was positive that I wanted to visit this place, no matter what. Every picture that I saw made me fall in love with this location, it just looked so unreal. I will admit that I am not the best swimmer, so naturally, I was terrified especially with all the warnings about it. I decided to be brave and cross this off my bucket list!

Before you go make sure the conditions are just right and that the tide is not high! The trail is located in Princeville and parking is very limited that you might  have to wait a couple minutes to grab a spot (we waited 20 minutes). The trail is very muddy and slippery so make sure you have the proper footwear. No flip flops! It’s a short and steep hike that takes about 25 minutes. Before reaching the bottom you will pass a stream and a waterfall to freshen up in. When you finally arrive the view will be breathtaking! You can jump into the pool and swim for a couple minutes, at times there will be a few waves that come along just an FYI.

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