Guarding the tip of Kilauea Point since 1913, this historic Kilauea Lighthouse is one of Kauai’s most visited attractions.
One of the most intact historic lighthouses in the USA, the lighthouse was decommissioned in 1976 and now forms part of a wildlife refuge for migrating seabirds.
Gaze out to sea and imagine the ships that were guided by its light, pick up a souvenir in the gift shop, and learn about the restoration project that’s currently under way.
This was great, over cast and all this was really somthing we talk about alot.
A great chance to see the island with a birds eye view and see mountain regions you are unable to reach by car. Well worth the time it takes as the pilot informs you of each differing parts of the island. The plane could do with some extra cushions on the seats for fatties like me other than that very very enjoyable flight.
Excellent introduction to the garden island. I would recommend this tour without reservation
Kilauea Lighthouse is on Kilauea Point on the northern coast of Kauai, reached by State Highway 56 from Lihue.