Complete guide to all of Kauai's botanical gardens and how to find each one.
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|Guide Series: Hawaii Botanical Gardens
Interested in seeing Hawaii's native and non-native flora or just love being outdoors? Then this list of Kauai's botanical gardens is for you.
The McBryde Garden is a National Tropical Botanical Garden and sits right next to it's sister garden, the Allerton Garden - National Tropical Botanical Garden. Enjoy acres of rare and endangered tropical plants that you can view and photograph on a self-guided tour at your own pace. More at: McBryde Garden - National Tropical Botanical Garden
The Allerton Garden is a National Tropical Botanical Garden and sits right next to it's sister garden, the McBryde Garden - National Tropical Botanical Garden. This popular garden has been name as one of the "50 Places of a Lifetime" by National Geographic Traveler and it's easy to see why as it's full of an amazing amount of plant life. The guided tours here are part garden tour and part art exhibit and feature a wide variety of exotic plants, sculptures, and water features. More at: Allerton Garden - National Tropical Botanical Garden
This is a botanical garden that is located at the Outrigger Kiahuna Plantation but open for anyone to enjoy. The property was a wedding gift to Hector and Alexandra Moir from Alexandra's father. Alexandra began the garden in the 1930's and it opened to the public in the 1950's. It's full of orchids, coconut trees, plumeria, succulents, water lilies, and even a koi pond. More at: Moir Gardens
Na Aina Kai which means "Lands by the Sea" offers guests a look at a variety of rare tropical flora as well as more than 150 bronze sculptures. Tours are require to see the gardens and occur on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays. Make reservations in advance. More at: Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens
How do you make a botanical garden fun for those not interested in plants? Toss in a miniature golf course and suddenly it's fun for everyone in your group. More at: Kauai Miniature Golf and Botanical Garden
Take a tour through the gardens of this botanical natural preserve. Limahuli Stream, one of the last pristine waterways left in the Islands, provides a habitat for indigenous aquatic life. More at: Limahuli Garden and Preserve - National Tropical Botanical Garden
Princeville Botanical Gardens is a family grown and operated botanical garden that offers guests a look at various exotic flowers, beehives, cacao (chocolate) trees, and fruit trees. Guide tours allow you to sample raw cacao, honey, tropical fruits, and even gourmet chocolates. Guides will also educate you on the native Hawaiian flora, sacred flowers, and various food and medicinal plants. More at: Princeville Botanical Gardens
It's a luau, botanical garden, river boat tour, and a place to get married all in one setting. The main attraction here is the Smith Family Garden Luau but there are plenty of tropical plants to see in the botanical gardens. More at: Smith's Kauai Garden Luau / Tropical Paradise
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