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Kilauea National Wildlife Refuge, Kilauea Road
Hawaii

The view to the southwest of the Kilauea National Wildlife Refuge is stunning as you traverse up the "road" (really just a wide path) to the lighthouse. A very special place to experience and I believe a true treasure of Kauai.

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Tags: hawaii; kauai; kilauea national wildlife refuge; lighthouse; birds; tourist; attraction
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