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Kaua?i or Kauai is the oldest of the main Hawaiian Islands. It is the fourth largest of the islands and ranks among top 25 large islands in the United States. It is nicknamed as the ‘Garden Isle’ because it is covered with lush greenery and tropical plants that are watered by abundant rainfall. It is home to the longest sandy coastline among all Hawaiian Islands and has featured in more than 70 Hollywood movies and TV shows. The island is known to have a volcanic origin, and it has formed by the passage of the Pacific Plate over the Hawaii hotspot. Visitors can enjoy snorkeling, surfing, swimming, kayaking hiking, biking and sun bathing here. Kaua Island was perhaps formed from a volcano, and is best known for its Waimea Canyon (nicknamed the Grand Canyon of the Pacific). It is about ten miles long and up to 3000 feet deep, and is located on the western side of Kauai. Other attractions here include Alakai Wilderness Area, Allerton Garden, Bell stone, Camp Naue YMCA, Fern Grotto, Haena State Park, Hanalei Bay, Hoopi?i Falls, Honopu Valley and Kokee State Park.