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1 of 1 results for Kapaa, Kauai offers travelers with the most sought after Kapaa vacation rental deals. Appropriately dubbed the "Coconut Coast," Kauai's East Side is a mystical region filled with history and culture. The landscape is dotted with clusters of coconut trees and it is here that the coconut grove comes to life. Wailua, a sacred and significant place, is accented by Wailua River and old world charm. Take advantage of all its offerings -- the Wailua River State Park, Fern Grotto, Wailua Falls, and other gems. Our Kapaa, Maui vacation properties are located near top attractions, restaurants and offer travelers a plethora of awesome memories.

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Pono Kai timeshare rentals and vacation condos are located in Kapaa on the garden island of Kauai and rests on a long, sandy beach near the Wailua Golf Course. Pono Kai is just a short drive away from virgin beaches, lava-rock grottos and breathtaking views. Enjoy the friendly hospitality and Aloha Spirit of Kauai at Pono Kai.
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Despite its small size—about 550 square miles—Kauai has four distinct regions, each with its own unique characteristics. The windward coast, which catches the prevailing trade winds, consists of the North Shore and East Side, while the drier leeward coast encompasses the South Shore and West Side. One main road nearly encircles the island, except for a 15-mi stretch of sheer cliffs called Napali Coast. The center of the island—Mt. Waialeale, completely inaccessible by car and viewable only from above due to nearly year-round cloud cover—is the wettest spot on earth, getting about 450 inches of rain per year. On Kauai, the directions mauka (toward the mountains) and makai (toward the ocean) are often used. Locals tend to refer to highways by name rather than by number.

Opaekaa Falls, an unforgettable photo op, has scenic peaks of the Makaleha Mountains in the background and a restored Hawaiian village on the riverbanks. A favorite mythical sight is the Sleeping Giant, a product of Mt. Nounou behind Wailua -- indulge in the fable it will be revealed to you. The golden sand beaches of the Coconut Coast are its biggest draw, with Anahola as its northernmost beach. Another beach just a few miles down the road is Donkey Beach, where whale-watching is popular. Rooting on surfers at Kealia Beach is a popular activity among locals and visitors alike. Always remember "safety first" when visiting any beach. Another asset of the Coconut Coast is Lydgate Park and its two lava rock enclosed ocean pools. They are a calm respite for kids, families, and first-time snorkelers. Be sure to find time for a leisurely stroll through Kapaa Town and its funky and fine items, including some great Hawaiian craft pieces, aloha-print shirts, jewelry and fine art objects. Kauai Village in Kapaa offers lifesize paintings of whales on a wall and clock tower. Don't leave without exploring Kauai's unique Coconut Coast.

This open air lounge overlooks the pool and Waipouli beach. The décor features tropical woods from Bali and the South Pacific. As the name implies, the room is themed around Captain James Cook who discovered Hawaii in 1778 on his voyage from Tahiti to Alaska. Tropical drinks, creative pupu menu, nightly Hawaiian entertainment, and a TV for sporting events are featured in the lounge.
Kauai Pasta offers two location on Kauai in Lihue and Kaapa. Features homemade Italian food in a warm atmosphere. The owners also have Kauai Cuisine, a fine dining Hawaiian Fusion catering company.
It's a celebration of life on Kauai at Smith's Tropical Paradise Garden Luau. Enjoy the local atmosphere as the Smith family guides you through a 30 acre botanical garden and luau grounds. Gardens open at 5:00pm to tour the gardens and then learn of the Hawaiian cooking method called kalua as the pig is unearthed at the Imu Ceremony at 6:00pm. Taste a refreshing mai tai punch or another drink from the open bar as you listen to our family of musicians perform Hawaiian and contemporary tunes and then get ready for an all you can eat extravaganza at the luau buffet. Teriyaki Beef, Sweet and Sour Mahimahi, Chicken Adobo and the Kalua Pig. The locals say "ono" or delicious!The spectacular evening entertainment is held at the lagoon theater where a volcano erupts to start the show. Dances of Polynesia, including Hawaii, Tahiti, New Zealand and Samoa are performed.
The Voyager Grille is a 270-seat restaurant, featuring wood flooring and high-quality woodwork throughout the outlet, inspiring a nautical theme. The Grille serves lunch and dinner everyday and is noted for its Pacific Rim cuisine. The restaurant takes advantage of the beautiful weather and mild trade winds to offer both indoor and outdoor restaurant seating. The Voyager Grille also offers 2 private dining rooms, for discriminate diners or special events.
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