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Facts About Kauai Island

A collection of facts about the island of Kauai in Hawaii and where to find more Kauai facts on the Internet. Kauai is the oldest and most northerly of the four largest Hawaiian Islands and it is one of the islands in the County of Kauai.

Facts About Kauai Island
POPULATION: Greater than 65,000
SIZE: About 560 square miles (4th largest Hawaiian Island)
POPULATION DENSITY: More than 100 people per square mile
HIGHEST POINT: Kawaikini (1598 meters)
SECOND HIGHEST POINT: Mount Waialeale (? FEET)
NICKNAME: "The Garden Isle"
LENGTH OF COASTLINE: 110 miles (about half sandy beaches)
DISTANCE FROM OAHU ISLAND: About 105 miles
COUNTY: Kauai County

Wikipedia Introduction to Kauai
Article with general information and facts about Kauai. Includes the island's geographby, climate, etymology, language, history, economy, transportation, places of interest, and appearance in films.

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