If you're looking for super scenery, here it is. Kaua'i's central volcanic peak, Mt Wai'ale'ale, is allegedly the wettest place on earth, and the island is richly green and spectacular - so spectacular that parts of Raiders of the Lost Ark, South Pacific and Jurassic Park were filmed here.
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Experience graceful grandeur at this Hawaiian classic resort on the soothing white sands of Kaua’i’s sunny south shore.
Lumaha'i BeachIf Lumaha'i Beach looks familiar, it's where Mitzi Gaynor promised to wash that man right out of her hair in the 1958 musical <em>South Pacific</em>. It's just as spectacular in real life. Plan to stroll this mile-long sandy beach, with jungle growth looming on one side and tempestuous open sea on the other.
Tree TunnelIf driving from Lihu'e, take Maluhia Rd (Hwy 520) to navigate under the fairy-tale Tree Tunnel, a mile-long canopy of towering swamp mahogany trees (a type of eucalyptus). Pineapple baron Walter McBryde planted the trees as a community project in 1911, when he had leftover trees after landscaping his estate at Kukuiolono.
Waimea Canyon LookoutThe most scenic of the lookout points along this stretch of Waimea Canyon Rd is Waimea Canyon Lookout, signposted 0.3 miles north of the 10-mile marker, at an elevation of 3400ft. The prominent canyon running in an easterly direction off Waimea is Koai'e Canyon, which is accessible to backcountry hikers. Conventional tour buses go no further than this lookout (but the state is planning to widen the road to Kalalau Lookout for buses).
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