Nawiliwili is on Kauai island in Hawaii. It is situated north of Oahu, from which it is separated by the Kauai Channel. Hawaii's fourth-largest island it is sometimes known as the Garden Island. Nawiliwili was formed by volcanic action and is almost entirely encompassed with mountains, the highest being Kawaikini Peak. The main population centers are Lihue and Kapaa. Established as Kauai's chief port in 1930, Nawiliwili was named for the type of trees on the island called Wiliwili. Nawiliwili is the land of rain forests and smooth, and immense ocean cliffs. A land so stunning that even the natives come here for the panorama.
Take a bird watching trip when you get to
Nawiliwili and you will love it. You will see
more than 80 species of birds half of which you can only see on the island.
This place gives you a lot to keep you busy. Go horseback riding, kayaking, bicycling, motorcycling, golf, hiking, scuba diving, and freshwater fishing. So whichever you choose you won't be disappointed.
From: Lihue Airport
1: Start out going NORTHEAST. 0.4 miles Map
2: Turn SLIGHT LEFT. <0.1 miles Map
3: Turn SLIGHT LEFT onto AHUKINI RD / HI-570. 1.2 miles Map
4: Turn LEFT onto KUHIO HWY / HI-56. 0.2 miles Map
5: End at Lihue, HI US Map
Total Est. Time: 6 minutes Total Est. Distance: 2.05 miles