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All of our Kauai homes and accommodations are non-smoking and have a 4 to 7 night minimum stay. Rates for properties are subject to change. Please call us for current prices and availability on any of our Kauai vacation rental properties. The trade winds here on Kauai keep your vacation rental cool and refreshing, so none of our vacation rental homes require air conditioning.
Anahola, while technically on Kauai's East Coast has a large white sand beach and is only a few short miles from the actual beginning of Kauai's North Shore which is the town of Kilauea. This area is close to some very impressive estates and hideaways for the Rich and Famous and was once a thriving plantation town and a center for Sugar Cane Production.
The Anini Beach / Kalihiwai area is reminiscent of Tahiti and the South Pacific. Anini Beach is protected by a huge barrier reef and offers good snorkeling, windsurfing, and beach combing during certain times of the year.
Kalihiwai, which is nearby sports a beautiful bay that is a favorite of local surfers and fishermen. Caution is advised in the winter months due to high surf. The beach is small but very picturesque and there is a lazy winding river that flows into the ocean on the West end.
Haena is located near the road's end and World Famous 'Tunnels Beach'. It is a short 4 mile drive from Hanalei along a road that winds around the cliff sides high above the Pacific. Those who travel frequently say that this is the most beautiful place on Earth. Here you will find solitude among the waterfalls, pristine beaches, and clear blue waters. The magic of found in Nature in Haena is indescribably ethereal and awesome.
Hanalei is an artsy, and unusual small town just down the road from Princeville. Hanalei has a two mile long white sandy beach with a large beach park and perhaps some of the best views to be found anywhere. This stunning turquoise bay is also home to trans-pacific sailboats and has some excellent surfing breaks and is nestled a backdrop of dreamy mountain peaks.
Poipu on Kauai's South Shore is a wonderland of diversity with excellent beaches for swimming and snorkeling, 36 holes of championship golf, tennis, and a wealth of historical and scenic sites. The adventurous will find kayaking, scuba diving, snorkeling, hiking, surfing, mountain biking, deep-sea fishing, horseback riding and ATV tours.
Princeville sports some of the finest vacation homes on Kauai and is nestled among several World Class Golf Courses which has hosted several National Tournaments. Princeville overlooks Hanalei Bay and The Pacific Ocean to the North and West and mountain waterfalls to the South and East. Upscale Princeville is considered by many as a very desirable residence address and an ideal place to enjoy a Golf Vacation and all the amenities you would expect from a World Class resort.
Each Kauai accommodation is special; equipped with many conveniences such as cable TV, DVD/VCR, telephone, washer, dryer, ceiling fans, full kitchen and linens. All provide the atmosphere you want for a carefree, customized vacation in the spirit of Aloha.
is available to our service for an additional fee. This is a highly recommended option, for both your peace of mind and as a real benefit should a covered situation arise that prevents or delays your holiday. Please review the information on the flier and feel free to call the travel insurance professionals at their toll-free number - mention plan code ICI320. Funds are processed through our office and a quote given upon making your reservation.
Ooo this looks like a good one!
Do you know what kapa is? I’m sure you’ve seen it before but you may not know what it is. Perhaps I have sparked your curiosity though, eh?
Airing tonight on PBS Hawaii is Hawaiian Masterpieces: Ka Hana Kapa . Airing at 9pm HST. The preview is the link above in this post, and I wonder if you can view the whole thing online, perhaps once it has already aired. I think that is how it works. Watch the couple minute preview to get a dose of kapa education, and if you’d like, tune in later to see the full episode.
In other news, have a happy Thursday. Here a gorgeous plant I took a picture of the other day. I’d say Happy Aloha Friday, but it’s a wee bit premature!