waimea canyon

A never-before-seen perspective of one of Hawaii's most treasured destinations? Yes, please!
Waimea Canyon, Kauai: "Experiences of awe," the Association for Psychological Science says, "help to bring us into the present
There is no better way to explore the country's dramatic and varied landscapes, breathtaking vistas, quaint small towns, and regional subcultures than by loading up the car and hitting the open road.
If the jungle setting with lush green trees looks familiar it's because the island is a popular filming site for movies, most notably Jurassic Park.
The world is filled with must-see destinations we are told we need to tick off our ever-growing bucket lists. Behind these well-traveled hotspots are smaller, lesser-known attractions that are definitely worth your time.
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The signature attraction in Kauai is Waimea Canyon, also known as the "grand canyon" of the Pacific. If you're in Kauai for only a few days, put this at the top of your list.
Called the Grand Canyon of the Pacific, Waimea Canyon is a stunning spot to have a picnic or go for a hike. And if you continue on to the end of the road you'll find postcard-worthy views of the Na Pali Coast.