Located near Koloa in South Kauai, Hawaii, the Koloa Natural
Amphitheater is a rocky outcropping in the middle of a sugarcane
field. It's seems so out of place in the region that it's become a
draw for curious sight seers over the years. It won't be
everyone's cup of tea, but there's something cool about taking a
trip out to the country to see fields and more fields then from
nowhere a bunch of very large rocks jutting out from the ground.
It's a rather spectacular sight if you haven't seen anything like
If you're on the southern end of Kauai and
you're tired of spending time in the towns and cities, a trip to see
this natural oddity might be just the ticket to spice up your trip a
little. If you know anything about the history of the area, it's known
for its sugarcane production, especially in the mid to late 19th
century. Over the years it became less and less important, but the
area is still frequented by tourists who want to see a slightly
different side of Hawaii.
Oh, there are still all the things that make Hawaii great in the area,
especially the Koloa Natural Amphitheater. Hawaii is about natural
beauty and little spots like this really highlight the things that
make Hawaii so special - its landscape and the people of the area. If
you're tired of the city sights and want to see something miraculous
jutting up out of the ground, the amphitheater in South Kauai is a
must see destination.