Map of Kauai :: ©Robert Rekward
Kauai Non-profit Resources
Kauai is home to numerous resources fostering community and volunteer involvement, or filled with great information. The go-to place for extensive island-wide visitor information is the Kauai Visitors Bureau, located in Lihue. The Royal Coconut Coast Association also works with the Friends of Kamalani, highly supportive of improvements at Lydgate Park; the Sierra Club Kauai Chapter, organizer of weekly hikes all around Kauai; Kauai Path, supporter of the Ke Ala Hele Makalae (the Coconut Coast bike path) and Kauai Surfrider Foundation , dedicated to the protection and enjoyment of the world’s oceans, waves and beaches.
Browse Some of RCCA’s Members
The Kauai Visitors Bureau is charged with the overall branding and marketing for the island of Kauai. The oldest of the main Hawaiian Islands, Kauai is known for its stunning natural beauty. A step in any direction, you’ll find a world of infinite greens and blues. The island offers a diversity of outdoor activities, like zip lining, ATV tours, kayaking, boat excursions and aerial tours. Peaceful, lush and naturally spectacular, this is Kauai.