National Tropical Botanical Gardens – Allerton
Allerton Garden (Lāwa`i Kai) lies between the Pacific Ocean and the McBryde Garden in the Lāwa`i Valley, on the south shore of the Hawaiian Island of Kaua`i. It is a garden paradise, transformed through time by the hands of a Hawaiian Queen, by a sugar plantation magnate, and most significantly by an artist and an architect. The endless possibilities found in this dramatic topography led to the creation of this masterpiece of garden art. Located in Poipu.
Na Aina Kai
Countless magical moments await you at Na ‘Āina Kai. Come experience the many moods of this botanical paradise tucked on the north shore of Kauai, Hawai’i’s exquisite Garden Isle. Here, natural treasures awaken your senses and tropical wonders never cease. Located in Kilauea.
Princeville Botanical Gardens
Princeville Botanical Gardens offers a unique opportunity to see a family grown and operated botanical garden, complete with exotic flowers, delicious fruit trees, healthy beehives and organic homegrown chocolate. Three days a week we give a tour treating you to homemade chocolate, honey, seasonal fruit samplings from the land, and an educational walk through our gardens learning about native Hawaiian flora, tropical medicinals, sacred flowers, and food plants.
Limahuli Garden and Preserve is set in a verdant tropical valley on the north shore of the Hawaiian Island of Kaua`i. The Garden is backdropped by the majestic Makana Mountain and overlooks the Pacific Ocean. Located in Haena.
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“…it’s not the Hyatt, the Hilton or even the Sheraton, but it has a charming feeling of days gone by and faces the Ha`upu Mountains. Rick Scott purchased the plantation-era building a couple of years ago and gave it new paint and landscaping, then filled it with island-style furniture, flat-screen televisions, even new coffee makers. The hotel is located next to Hamura’s Saimin which has its own charm – and delicious noodles to boot. “