Wednesday, October 3, 2012

Kauai, Hawaii


Kaua'i is the oldest island in Hawaii and the fourth largest in Hawaii, with an area of ​​1446 square kilometers. The island is formed from a volcano, the highest peak is Mount Kawaikini reaches 1598 meters.

The beauty of the island of Kauai immortalized in a movie, starring veteran actor George Clooney. The film, The Descendants, took place at St. Regis Resort, Kauai, Hawaii. Nan stunning five-star hotel is located on the north coast of Kauai, overlooking Tanjung Hanalei.

Kauai island, even in the tropical Hawaiian Islands, it is the wettest place on Earth, with an average rainfall is 460 inches (11.700mm) per year. High annual rainfall has eroded deep valleys in the mountains, carve a cliff with a beautiful waterfall.

Kauai Island is ranked seventh in Travel + Leisure award as the best island in the world, with the acquisition of a score of 89.09.

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