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Kauai is the fourth largest island in the Hawaiian chain and the furthest west Hawaiian island available to visit (as Niihau is not open to public visitation). As the oldest of the main islands, its beaches are the matured, soft, smooth, long-rolling white sands and its eroded mountains are lavishly dense in tropical greens. From the north-shore's taro and fishing village of Hanalei, to the south-side's historic, plantation town of Hanapepe, adventure awaits. Bask in the sun on the resort beaches of Poipu or head further to Kokee for breathtaking sea views and the legendary blow holes. Although this island is small compared to other Hawaiian islands, it holds the 2nd wettest spot in the world (after India) as well as Waimea's "Grand Canyon of the Pacific" of the red basalt lava faults.
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