Na 'Aina Kai Botanical Gardens

Na 'Aina Kai Botanical Gardens and Sculpture Park is a collection of gardens which was created by Joyce and Ed Doty in 1982. The couple established the park after falling in love with the iconic North Shore of Kauai and opted to preserve its legacy through their artistic vision. The gardens are home to a 110-acre hardwood plantation, a desert cactus garden, a lava rock wall-lined flower maze, and several more acres of cultivated vegetation. The land at Na 'Aina Kai is maintained according to science for the least impact and most longevity to the local land.

Na 'Aina Kai also features several displays which pay homage to indigenous people throughout America. The garden hosts regular events, most notably Keiki (children's) day every month. Read more about Na 'Aina Kai and view event information here.

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Price: Free
Kilauea, Kauai