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The westernmost and oldest of the Hawaiian islands, Kauai is known as the Garden Isle, and is home to a population of around 60,000. Lihue is the county seat of the island, and it has one airport, the Lihue Airport. The island is home to a number of large, lush parks, with Na Pali Coast State Park on the northern shores, plus Kokee State Park, Wailua River State Park and Poilhale State Park. The island is home to such cities as Kapaa, Kalaheo, Koloa and Lihue, and is home to the Waimea River. It is home of the large Barking Sands Missile Base, and also home to one of the wettest spots on the earth, a region on the east side of Mount Waialeale that average around 460 inches or rainfall each year.
Kauai, like the other islands, is a large tourist attraction and has many interesting destinations throughout the island. Tourism is a major employment sector here. Enjoy the island's natural beauty at Allerton Garden, Alakai Wilderness Area, Limahuli Garden and Preserve or Na Aina Kai Botanical Gardens. Check out the view of the Makeleha Mountains or from Moloaa Bay or Opaekaa Falls, and check out the Bell stone and Iraivan temple. Learn about the history at the Kauai Museum, or play some rounds at one of the island's nine golf courses. The island was once the home of the most prestigious hula school in the world, and the dancing genre can still be learned and performed throughout the island.