Whether you’re kayaking the Wailua River, snorkeling in the emerald waters, hiking the NaPali Coast, or simply relaxing on the beach, time in Kauai is time well spent. Kauai forces you to slow down, unwind, and take in the nature and culture of the island.
Wailua Bay is the perfect basecamp to explore it all, with shops and restaurants, several outdoor outfitters, and easy access to all parts of this small island.
Post Date: 03/08/2022
As the world starts to open up again, it makes sense that the allure of a Hawaiian vacation would be strong. Even while restrictions lift, there are still some things to keep in mind while you plan your travels to Kauai in 2022. Here’s your rundown on all things Kauai...Read Article
Post Date: 06/01/2022
Surfing the Garden Isle should be at the top of any visitor’s bucket list. Since Hawaii is credited with the creation of surfing, it only makes sense to enjoy this sport when you visit. And as a wave-powered activity, you can’t find a more sustainable way to spend the day...Read Article
Post Date: 02/18/2020
The mountain peaks of Montana, wildflowers waving in the wind, clear rivers and streams packed with trout, all are more than enough to inspire a conservatism spirit in visitors. Sustainable tourism, at its core, is simple. According to the Travel Foundation, an organization that has made it their mission to...Read Article