The island of Kauai is asking visitors to take a second test seventy-two hours after the arrival.
You must pay for the voluntary test but will get vouchers for local vendors.
If you plan to visit Kauai right now, I strongly advise taking the second test and following local requirements like wearing masks and keeping your distance.
Helicopter Tour Over Kauai
Our favorite experience on Kauai was taking a helicopter trip over the full island.
The beauty and diversity of the island are stunning as you fly over beaches and waterfalls, green canyons and red, and weave in and out of the inlets of the Nepali coast.
It is not an affordable experience, but it is value saving up for this Kauai must do.
Drive the Waimea Canyon for Stunning Views
The Waimea Canyon, in the southeast of the island, is famous as the Grand Canyon of the pacific.
“The big canyon is around fourteen miles long, wide, and up to 3,600 feet deep. The orange and brown ridges are a contrast to the green mountains of the rest of the island.
It is simple to drive up the canyon and stop at different viewpoints along the way, or you can take longer hikes.
Clouds can generally obscure the views, so it is top to check the weather before your head-up mornings are generally clearer.
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Beach Hop Along the South Shore
Exploring the beaches is definitely, one of the best Kauai activities and experiences SUP boards.
Poipu is the key beach on the south shore, and it is well equipped with toilets, lifeguards, picnic tables, and children play area.
There is a relaxing section of water that is perfect for snorkeling and is safe for kids.
You can also view seals and turtles. It does get busy, though.