Saturday September 25th,
These gardens are incredible, meticulously manicured with various themes throughout. You can’t miss this one! Countless magical moments await you at Na ‘A-ina 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.
Stroll through the Formal Garden enjoying a tropical Lagoon with fountains, a waterfall, and colorful koi fish; a full-size hedge maze; and a desert and palm garden. You will also enjoy a sampling of life size bronze sculptures along the way. All while enjoying live music and entertainment. Please call to make a reservation, limited entry. Don’t miss this great opportunity to enjoy the Gardens!
The founders of Na ‘Āina Kai developed their extraordinary artistic and horticultural vision based upon their strong love for the land and the people of the tropics.
Today, the mission of this not-for-profit organization continues to be multifaceted, strengthening the firm foundation upon which the gardens were conceived.
Na ‘Āina Kai strives to…
- Ensure its future sustainability through investment in forestry.
- Practice natural resource conservation based on sound scientific principles.
- Make possible educational and research opportunities in tropical horticulture, forestry, and agriculture.
- Offer enchanting venues for private, corporate, and cultural events.
- Provide an ever-evolving array of natural wonders and human-crafted artistic creations.
- Preserve the land and natural resources for future generations of visitors from the Hawaiian Islands and around the world
Directions to get there:
North from Lihue, on the Island of Kauai, drive past the 21 mile-marker and take the first right turn onto Wailapa Road. At the end of the half-mile road, enter through our iron gate and park next to the Orchid House Visitor Center.
South from Princeville, drive approximately 6.5 miles and take the second left turn past the 22 mile-marker onto Wailapa Road. At the end of the half-mile road, enter through our iron gate and park next to the Orchid House Visitor Center