Kauai Tour South
This tour contains 16 images in two blog entries arranged as if one started at the highest point of Wiamea State Park and drove back to sea level, and then North around Kauai finishing near Tunnels Beach at the opposite end of a fabulous Hawaiian island. This post contains 8 photos from what are called the South and middle sections of Kauai. The first three photos are at the top, roughly 5,000 feet in altitude looking out over the Napoli Coast, only a few miles away from Tunnels Beach as the crow flies, but over a three hour drive because the roads do not go all the way around Kauai. The stitched panoramic photo of The Grand Canyon of the Pacific was shot on the way down the canyon at an elevation of 4,000 feet. “Wasted Sugar Mill” is at sea level not far from the park entrance. One Tree on a Hillside is near Hanamaulu. The final two photos are off Hawaii Route 580 near Wailua.