Kauai, known as the “Garden Isle” is geologically the oldest of the main Hawaiian Islands. The highest peak on this island is Kawaikini at 5,219 feet. With Kauai’s high annual rainfall, the water has eroded deep valleys in the central mountains causing the jagged picturesque landscape. Located 17.5 miles southwest of Kauai is the untouched island of Niihau, measuring 69.5 square miles.
Our map of Kauai displays a max depth of 10,733 feet and an elevation of 5,243 feet. Popular locations have been displayed, such as:
Wainiha, Hanalei, Princeville, Kilauea, Anahola, Keilia, Kapaa, Wailua, Lihue, Puhi, Koloa, Kalaheo, Eleele, Pakala Village, and Waimea.