Kauai has everything you need for a great vacation- great beaches, wonderful hiking, scenic overlooks, photogenic waterfalls, and superb underwater world. There is so much you have to see there that two weeks is not enough. And after you see everything – you still would love to just stay there and relax on the beach. It is a dreamland for a photographer, a hiker, a diver, an adventurer or a plain vacationer, as you can see on the slideshow below.
To see a video from the hike click on the picture below.
Left Fork of North Creek, Utah
When we got to Zion National Park one thing we knew is that we wanted to hike the Subway. We didn’t have anything planned but we were lucky right from the start.We got our permits early morning and drove to the Lower Trailhead. We got our gear and we decided to hitchhike to the Wildcat Trailhead. In less than a minute a truck stopped and a middle-aged man offered us a lift. He was from Nevada and he was heading to his cottage near Kolob Reservoir. Our luck gave us an early head start. We didn’t see anybody for the first two miles but then, as we continued though the pools, we met few groups of people. We actually were surprised by the number of people we saw. We enjoyed the hike greatly however the last part of the hike (below the last rappelling) seemed never ending.