Natural Beauty

An Island That Exceeds Expectations


Often described as the most beautiful of Hawaii’s islands, Kauai, or “The Garden Isle” is also the oldest, forming six million years ago. It’s landscape is incredibly dramatic, combining lush tropical jungles, over 140 miles of beaches, and emerald peaks reaching over 5,000 feet.

The island is home to scenic state parks, cascading waterfalls and rivers, and Waimea Canyon. Plunging to depths of 3,000 feet, Waimea is often referred to as “The Grand Canyon of the Pacific.”


Nestled right next to the estate is Kalihiwai Bay, a secluded stretch of beach surrounded by stunning lava cliffs.

The water is generally calm and great for wading or swimming. Next to the beach there is even a stream where you can paddle, float, fish, or kayak. The bay is rarely crowded and the perfect setting to get active, explore, or simply relax and soak up the sun.


Hawaii’s longest reef, the 2-mile long fringed reef hugs Anini Beach and provides an incredible snorkeling experience.

The coastline and beach are secluded and picturesque. In addition to snorkeling, swimming and fishing are popular activities along this natural wonder.