Opaeka‘a Falls area is a common and accessible sightseeing spot just off Kuamo‘o Road, on the way to Wailua Homesteads. Public restrooms, ample parking and well-built amenities ensure the safety and comfort of this tourist attraction.
Ofa with ‘Ulu, from master painter Saim Caglayan, of Kalihiwai Ridge. Caglayan, also an sculptor, donated his time to create a prototype statue of King Kaumuali‘i, which will serve as a model for a larger-than-life statue of Kaua‘i’s last king, to be placed in Waimea.
A red cardinal takes a break on top of the steps near the lo‘i patches at Limahuli Gardens in Wainiha.
The cast from South Pacific takes a moment after their weekly performance at Kaua‘i Beach Resort. The Garden Isle is where the classic Hollywood movie was filmed in the 1950s. Kaua‘i’s version of the original Broadway show is an event for everyone, children and adults, visitors and residents. Go with an empty stomach to enjoy the Hawaiian buffet included in the admission. Visit www.southpacifickauai.com for more information.