Kauai Press Kit

(April 26, 2011)

Travel from California’s Bay Area to the beautiful island of Kauai will become much easier starting March 2011 with the launch of Alaska Airlines’ first-ever nonstop flights from San Jose and Oakland. Kauai’s visitor industry is elated with the start of Alaska’s new service and the added convenience available to travelers from Silicon Valley and the East Bay when making their escape to rejuvenate on the scenic Garden Island.

Seeking Hawaiian Culture on Kauai
(July 9, 2010)

Kauai astounds with its physical beauty, its geological drama, its cliffs and rivers, beaches and waterfalls. But the deepest experience of the Garden Island comes from its cultural richness. Here you can learn about the ancient legends of the island from Hawaiian cultural practitioners.

Ecotourism on Kauai
(July 9, 2010)

One of the most satisfying ways to visit the Garden Isle is to do so in harmony with the principles of old Hawaii: respecting the land, caring for the land, and giving back to the land and the local people. There is any number of opportunities for this kind of ecotourism—traveling as guests who ensure that their visit protects the very beauty they’ve come to experience.

Romance on Kauai
(July 9, 2010)

If you’re not in love when you come to Kauai, you will be when you leave. Kauai is Cupid’s playground, tailor-made for romance. Kauai’s allure as a romantic destination is proven time and again, not just by Hollywood filmmakers, but also by the couples who return year after year, often with children and grandchildren in tow. Whether planning a wedding and honeymoon, anniversary or vow renewal, this is an island where couples create joyful memories for a lifetime.

Relax and Rejuvenate on Kauai
(July 9, 2010)

On Kauai, the oldest major island of Hawaii, the mana is inescapable. Meaning spiritual power in Hawaiian, mana is a quality felt and sometimes seen on Kauai, palpable in the visual beauty of the landscape, the quality of air and ocean, and the interplay of natural elements that invigorate, relax, and rejuvenate.

Top 10 Free (or Nearly Free) Ways to Enjoy Kauai
(July 9, 2010)

Like most everything in life, the best things to enjoy about Kauai are free – or at least pretty affordable. Called Hawaii’s Island of Discovery and popularly referred to as “the Garden Island” – both for good reason – Kauai’s landscape is an enticing, exciting playground for lovers of the environment, outdoor adventure, and Polynesian culture.

Adventure on Kauai
(July 9, 2010)

Why is Kauai such a favorite of filmmakers? They love beauty and adventure, and Kauai is brimming with both. Kauai is the only island in Hawaii with navigable rivers, and waterways mean adventure. Its 50 miles of white-sand shoreline offer more beaches per mile than any other island in Hawaii, and that means ocean adventure.

Kauai Is For Families
(July 8, 2010)

Family vacations can take many forms, but the basic ingredient is simple: fun. With its three navigable rivers, more than 50 miles of white-sand beaches, and mile-long list of adventures, Kauai is as much the island of family fun as it is the island of gardens. Vacationing families will gain a lifetime of new memories in the mountains and beaches of the Garden Isle.

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