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Friday, April 28, 2017

Discover the East Shore of Kauai

Often referred to as the “Coconut Coast” due to the plentiful coconut palm groves found throughout the region, Kauai’s eastern shore offers adventure and fun for the whole family.


The eastern shore of Kauai is home to one of Hawaii’s most easily accessed major waterfalls, an extremely popular navigable river and the family-friendly Anahola Beach. With an abundance of fun activities, beautiful landscapes and plenty of Aloha Spirit, be sure to include the eastern shore of Kauai in your vacation plans!

Opaekaa Falls

Finding Opaekaa Falls is easy due to the abundance of prominently placed road signs and paths that are safe and easy to walk, even for families with young children. One of the most easily-accessible major waterfalls in Kauai, the falls present an impressive, consistent flow of water tumbling from over 150 feet high. This happy combination of convenience and consistency allows it to be Enjoyed by families and children of all ages. If you are craving additional breath-taking vistas, a spectacular view of the Wailua River Valley is found a short distance further uphill and across the road.

Wailua River

The only navigable rivers in Hawaii are in Kauai, and Wailua is widely considered one of the best! Stretching over 20 miles long, guests have a variety of options for exploring the tropical river. Whether you choose to travel by kayak, outrigger canoe, boat tour or even driving on the road that closely follows the river, guests easily take in its amazing views. The WailuaRiver valley is also home to the Wailua Complex of Heiaus. This National Historic Landmark contains the remains of several important structures such as places of worship, places of refuge and sites related to royal births.

Anahola Beach

White sand, stunning views and a plethora of activities await guests at Anahola Beach. The reef-protected beach is enhanced with plenty of public facilities like barbeques and picnic tables for a fun-filled family day. Amazing swimming and snorkeling opportunities are found here throughout most of the year, and bodyboarding is popular at the shore break near the mouth of the Anahola River. With swaying trees fringing the back of the shoreline, lifeguards on duty during regular hours and spectacular views of the Mountains of Kalalea, you’ll want to sit back, relax and Enjoy your vacation!

Ready to Visit the Eastern Shore of Kauai?


Enjoy the ease and accessibility of Kauai’s eastern shore amenities! Contact us today and book your Kauai Vacation.

Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Enjoy the South Shore of Kauai

The south shore of Kauai is home to the historic Old Koloa Town, the famous Poipu Bay Golf Course and the spectacular Spouting Horn. Discover why we recommend visiting Kauai’s south shore during your vacation! 


Old Koloa Town


Old Koloa Town is known for founding its first sugar mill in 1835. The success of this mill quickly led to a boom of commercial sugar production across the islands. This in turn opened the door to a wave of immigration that helped to form the basis of Hawaii’s modern multicultural population. With charming, old-fashioned storefronts and the Koloa History Center, the town immerses visitors in local heritage and customs.

Visitors experience a step back in time as they explore the Koloa Heritage Trail, which leads them through 14 cultural, historic and geological sites. If you’re visiting Old Koloa Town during the end of July, you’ll be treated to the famous KoloaPlantation Days Celebration. This annual summer event celebrates Kauai’s past with a wide variety of activities including a rodeo, parades, historic exhibits and lots of family-friendlyfun.


Poipu Bay Golf Course


For golfers visiting the southern shore of Kauai, the gorgeous Poipu Bay Golf Course offers an incredible day on the links. Known world-wide as the home of the PGA Grand Slam of Golf from 1994 to 2006, the commanding views of the Pacific Ocean from holes 15 and 16 are especially memorable. This challenging course meanders across 210 acres of gently rolling hills, perfectly situated between the pounding ocean surf and breath-taking mountain views.

The main characteristics of this course are consistently blowing trade winds, firm fairways and open fronts. Even experienced golfers are challenged by this Robert Trent Jones, Jr.-designed course that features over 80 bunkers and five water hazards.

Spouting Horn


Spouting Horn is one of the most photographed spots on Kauai—and with good reason! As the Pacific surf breaks on the southern shore of Kauai at Poipu, a natural lava tube channels the water inland. The resulting sea spray is released high into the air as a spout that is especially impressive during large swells.

The view is spectacularly luminous during Hawaii’s famous sunsets as the sky lights up with vivid color. From December through May, Spouting Horn also offers a great vantage point to observe visiting humpbackwhales frolicking in the Pacific. Convenient access and ample parking make this a must-see on the south shore for Kauai vacationers.


Visit the South Shore of Kauai


Visit the south shore of Kauai and immerse yourself in the history of Old Koloa Town, play on the famous Poipu Bay golf course and spend time watching Spouting Horn on your next vacation! Contact us today and plan your perfect Hawaiian getaway.


See our recommendations for visiting Kauai’s northern shore, too!