Kauai at a glance

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Everybody loves Hawaii, I mean really, constant sunshine, tropical surroundings, and beautiful people. Let’s take a look at Hawaii’s island of Kauai.


Kauai is the forth largest of the Hawaiian islands. It has volcanic origins and has an average rainfall of 460 inches annually. But enough about it’s geographic climate, what does it have to offer you as a honeymooner? Well for starters, crystal blue waters, incredible guava and coffee and gorgeous mountainside. Kauai is home to the Spouting Horn, the beautiful Napali Coast, Hanalei Bay and the wonderfully charming Koa Kea Hotel and Resort.

Koa Kea hotel is an ocean-side resort with a diverse landscape with access to all sorts of adventure, from hiking to golfing and scuba diving to horseback riding.

The hotel even offers a honeymoon package including breakfast daily, a one hour couples massage, one dinner at Red Salt, the couple’s famous restaurant and a rental car.

Best dress for Kauai?
Pack light! Bring a light jacket to wear at night but be prepared for 85 degree days, at least! So grab your beach bag, floppy hat and bring your husbands cheesiest Hawaiian shirt and jump on the earliest flight to the beautiful island of Kauai! (But, make sure to have Ever After Honeymoons help you out!)

Bon Voyage!

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