The Kilauea Lighthouse – historic beauty on a wildlife refuge

Kauai has many natural beauties, but one of the most famous views is that of the Kilauea Lighthouse. Pronounced kill-aw-ay-ah, the lighthouse is situated on the northernmost point of the Garden Island.

Kilauea Lighthouse

Instead of repeating all the historical details, which can be found on hundreds of sites, we’ll give the link below and then just put photos on this post.

Kilauea Point National Wildlife Refuge

Kilauea Lighthouse and Moku‘ae‘ae Island taken from far away

Kilauea Lighthouse and Moku‘ae‘ae Island taken from far away

Kilauea Lighthouse

Kilauea Lighthouse Up Close

Kilauea Lighthouse at sunset

Kilauea Lighthouse at sunset

Wedge Tailed Shearwater at Kilauea Point

Wedge Tailed Shearwater at Kilauea Point

Wedge Tailed Shearwater with almost-full moon a Kilauea Refuge

Wedge Tailed Shearwater with almost-full moon a Kilauea Refuge

Moku‘ae‘ae Island

Moku‘ae‘ae Island – part of the refuge and the northernmost point of all Hawaiian islands

Kilauea Lighthouse

You can view the lighthouse without entering the refuge

The Kilauea Lighthouse is currently undergoing a multi-million dollar renovation. It’s 100% funded by the public, so if you can donate, here is where to do it:

http://www.kilauealighthouse.org/

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