Anini / Kalihiwai

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.

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Spacious 3 bedrooms w/ large decks - right across Anini Beach

Spacious 3 bedrooms w/ large decks – right across Anini Beach3 Bedrooms3 Full BathsFor Rent – Offered at $2,820

From: $2,820 week
Beds: 3, Baths: 3

Listing ID: TV-1465-NCU


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Location and Contact
P. O. Box 223190
Princeville, HI 96722-3190
Toll Free: 800-222-5541
Fax: 808-826-6478
rentals@OceanfrontRealty.com

 

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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.

Cancellation Insurance

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.

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Total Lunar Eclipse

April 15th, 2014 by Lindsey

Did everyone see the “blood moon” the other night? It was a special night to see the blood moon, or the total lunar eclipse . Here is my favorite image of it. My camera phone did not do it justice, but I like this one of the blood moon. I saw it this morning on my facebook news feed.

So it came up last night just before 7pm Hawaiian Standard Time. Then close to 8pm is when it began to get it reddish, orange-ish hue. It sure was neat to see. I also like the fact that I did not have to wake up from my slumber at oh say 3am to see it. It was conveniently timed here on Kauai!

This total lunar eclipse is what everyone was and is talking about. I think it was neat to see, and I liked brushing up on my science knowledge to understand how this exactly happened. It is not the first time this has happened and it will not be the last. To my understanding , this is the first of four eclipses between now and September of next year. Pretty neat they are all clustered together like this. Next up on the calendar is April 28th’s annular eclipse. This is when the moon will partially block the sun and the sun will look like only a ring of fire. I’m looking forward to this next one!