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I didn't expect anything much but a lighthouse, boy was I wrong! What a beautiful view before you get into the park. It's right before the entrance and we spent maybe 10-15 mins there. Just in awe of how beautiful it is. Nane Geese are...More
There really just isn't much to see here.
Yes, it is a nice view and the lighthouse is, well, it's a lighthouse. If you've seen one....
Entrance fee is $10 and the "park" is open from 10-4:00 most days.
But, there are plenty of great...More
We visited here especially to see the lighthouse. Be aware that there are no public bathrooms until you reach the refuge. The parking lot was full, as expected, but there was a ranger helping to direct traffic. We were a little surprised at the $10...More
For anyone who enjoys bird watching and natural beauty, this place should be on your list. There are visible colonies of birds and likely opportunities to observe whales during winter. The lighthouse is striking and you can pay extra for a tour. We saw lots...More
The Iconic Kilauea Point Lighthouse is a must see when visiting Kauai. Bring your camera, wear comfortable walking shoes/sandals. Learn the historical history behind the lighthouse. You can see thousands of seabirds resting on the cliff. It’s a great location for photography.
We arrive 15 minutes before the park was closing, but that was plenty of time to make the very short walk up the paved path to see the light house and enjoy the refuge.
There is a fee for admission, but if you have a...More
We didn't intend on going to Kilauea Lighthouse, but we had some free time to burn and thought why not?
We drove to the lighthouse and got there at 10:40am. For some reason, the place was closed despite having a 10am opening time. There were...More