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Book cheap Kauai Island (LIH) car rental and enjoy the freedom to roam while you’re visiting! Envision driving along a winding road, windows rolled down, leisurely passing scenic mountains, romantic beaches or popular roadside attractions in a comfortable rented car. Hire a rental car in Kauai Island, take the road less traveled, and discover more about the attractions in and around Kauai Island!
Na Pali Coast State Park
Encompassing a remote area of the island, Na Pali Coast State Park features dramatic mountain landscape that includes waterfalls, cliffs, and lush vegetation. Because of this seclusion, a unique assortment of vegetation survives here together with the steep cliffs offering mesmerizing view of nature's beauty. Easiest way to explore this area is by helicopter or boat. Both of these options offer great views of the shorelines and cliffs
One of the most scenic canyons in the world, Waimea Canyon is a deep canyon with red soil and verdant jungles lining the streams and waterfalls. There are two main lookouts and a number of hiking trails beginning from the road that runs along the rim.
Waimea Canyon State Park
An extension of Waimea Canyon State Park, Koke'e State Park contains the deepest parts of the canyon. Kalalau Lookout, located in the park, offers vista of 4000 feet cliffs of the Napali Coast. The park maintains a number of hiking trails. Koke'e State Park also maintains Koke'e Natural History Museum that focuses on the geology, weather, wildlife, botany, and Hawaiian culture associated with the Koke'e State Park, Waimea Canyon, and Kauai in general.
Located at the western end of the Na Pali Coast, Polihale State Park offers an extensive white sand beach that is backed by the Makaha Ridge. The beauty of the surrounding is the major attraction here. Swimming and other water activities in Polihale State Park can be dangerous and must be carried out with caution.