Na 'Aina Kai is an expansive 240-acre park that includes a variety of gardens, a hardwood plantation, a mossy canyon, a serene meadow and pristine sandy beach. More than 200 bronze sculptures are scattered throughout the gardens and wild areas. The park also features a butterfly pavilion, greenhouse, aviary and botanical research center. Na 'Aina Kai is a great place to spend the day exploring or simply enjoying the natural beauty of Kauai. Visitors can participate in guided walks through the gardens or take part in educational programs such as bird watching and hula classes. The park also offers free workshops and lectures on the ecology of Kauai’s environment. Visitors can rent kayaks and stand-up paddleboards to explore the nearby coves, reefs and beaches. Hiking trails meander through Na 'Aina Kai's gardens, offering spectacular views of the ocean as well as amazing opportunities for wildlife viewing. Other activities at Na 'Aina Kai include swimming, fishing, horseback riding and snorkeling. The park is also home to a variety of native birds, including the endangered nene goose. Na 'Aina Kai offers something for everyone and makes for an unforgettable experience in Kauai's natural wonders.
4101 Wailapa Road, Kilauea, Hawaii 96754, United States