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Kauai is known as “The Garden Isle” for its tropical rainforests, fertile valleys and lush flora. So it’s not surprising to find some of Hawaii’s most beautiful botanical gardens on Kauai. You can find three of the nation’s five National Tropical Botanical Gardens on Kauai: the Allerton Garden and McBryde Garden on the South Shore, and Limahuli Gardens in Haena. McBryde Garden is home to the largest collection of native Hawaiian flora in the world, while Allerton Gardens features amazing landscaping and the giant Moreton Figs made famous in the film “Jurassic Park.” The 17-acre Limahuli Gardens offers endangered native plants, taro-filled agricultural terraces and beautiful views of the North Shore.
Other botanical gardens and plantations include Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens, Smith’s Tropical Paradise Botanical Garden and the Kauai Coffee Plantation. You can also take a tour of Hanalei’s taro farms to learn about this versatile Hawaiian root starch.
Part of the National Tropical Botanical Gardens, Allerton Garden is home to numerous rare and exotic species of plants. It's also been used a setting for popular films like "Jurassic Park."More
Nestled on a quarter mile of white sand beach, Kaua`i Marriott Resort offers an irresistible combination of Hawaiian hospitality and luxurious accommodations. Set within acres of lush exotic gardens, the resort centrally located to the island's many outdoor adventures and minutes from the airport.
Seven luxury air conditioned studio, 1, 2, 3 and 5 bedroom villas on a half acre of lush tropical landscaping. Short walk to white sandy Poipu Beach, Kauai. Pillow top mattresses, Egyptian cotton sheets, private hot tub and covered lanais.
Plantation Hale Suites invites you to experience an unforgettable Kauai vacation. Located on the scenic Royal Coconut Coast in the heart of Kauai,steps away from Waipouli Beach, you couldn't picture a more beautiful place to spend a Hawaii vacation.
Visit Hawaii's ONLY remaining Rice Mill (on the National Register of Historic Places), where the past meets the present. Learn about Hawaii's agriculture and cultural history, view endangered native water birds, and explore the cultivation and uses of taro, a traditional Polynesian food source.