The Tunnels, a dive site on Kaua'i's north shore
Kaua'i, known as Hawai'i's "Garden Isle" features a landscape as lush as any of the Hawaiian Isles. Many come here to hike among the dazzling waterfalls, visit the man-made "glass beach", covered with thousands of pieces of glass dumped offshore then washed and polished by the sea, or hike the famous Napali Coastline. There are relatively few who come here to dive. Yet, the Garden Isle offers just as much diversity and splendor under its waters, as it does above.
Spanish Dancer, an appellation given by the sea slugs movement as it swims
Green Sea Turtles at Sheraton Caverns, on the south shore
Green Sea Turtle at Sheraton Caverns
Among the islands many eels, you'll find the White-Mouthed Moray wedged in the volcanic rocks
The Bandit Angel Fish, one of the islands many species of angel fish, is named for the black streak covering the eyes
A Blue-Finned Trevally dashes past the camera
Next time you journey to this land, don't hesitate to explore the wonders below.