After seeing the red, green, blue and purple hues exhibited in the eroded walls of this massive chasm, Mark Twain was inspired to call it the "Grand Canyon of the Pacific.”
An amazing sight to behold, Waimea Canyon is the largest canyon in the Pacific. Carved by many thousands of years of constant rains atop nearby Mount Waialeale, it measures 10 miles long, a mile wide and more than 3,500 feet deep.
If you've ever watched the 1970s television series Fantasy Island, you've seen this waterfall before, but nothing beats seeing it for real, and nothing beats seeing it from the air. This majestic, multi-tiered waterfall is 80 feet high and can dramatically change its appearance depending on the level of rainfall and the flow of the river feeding it.
na pali coast
Located on the north shore of Kauai, the Na Pali Coast is entirely undeveloped. It is a state park, with hiking trails, scenic lookouts and remote beaches. No matter how you choose to visit this stunning coast, the sheer beauty and breathtaking views will surely be one of the best memories of your trip.