Kauai Hawaii facts

Cauai Hawaii facts

The Kauai Coffee is the largest coffee plantation in the United States. The northernmost island of the Hawaiian chain, Kauai is the most isolated inhabited landmass in the world. The Kauai grows more Taro than any other island. The Kauai is the wettest of the Hawaiian islands. Discover the most interesting facts about Kauai to prepare for your next trip to Hawaii.

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Fun Kauai facts

Use these Kauai Facts for your educational projects, your trip planning or just to amaze your acquaintances with your skills. More than 6 million years old, Kauai is the oldest and greenst of the islands of Hawaii. The Kauai is the wetest of the islands of Hawaii. The luxuriant verdant isle is known as "The Garden Island".

The Kauai is almost a circle with a surface area of 550 sqm. It has about 113 leagues of coast with almost half sandbeach. 97% of the area in Kauai is used for farming and nature protection. Mount Wai'ale'ale is 3,000 ft high and is called the wetest place on the planet.

This is why Kauai has so many scenic falls. Most of the remainder of the isle gets some rains every night or early in the mornings. The Waimea Canyon wird "Grand Canyon of the Pacific" genannt. The Waimea Canyon is almost one nautical metre in width, ten nautical leagues long and about 3,600Óft.

According to the 2010 survey, the Kauai has 67,091 inhabitants. Cauai' s main colour is mokihana and the main colour is mauve. The Kauai is home to Kauai Café, the biggest coffeeplantation in the United States. It is also growing more topiary (root for the production of poi) than any other hawaiian islet.

Kauai Creeks are the only river in the HAWAIAN range of islands that are naval. The Kauai is the home of the Menehune (Hawaiian Leprechaun). Hawaiians thought that these small humans were very happy and had the mystic strength to do great works of work. The Kauai is the only island in Hawaii that is free of mongooses.

The Polynesians established themselves in Kauai around 300 AD. He landed for the first time on the islands of Hawaii in Kauai on Waimea Beach. The environmentally sound Kauai has stringent zone legislation that states that no buildings should be constructed higher than a coconut. A last Kauai Fun Fact. Do you know that more than 60 films and TV shows were shot in Kauai?

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