Added Apr 15, 2009 by WinifredLocated in Princeville on Kauai's North Shore Castle at Princeville features three unique condominium properties. Pali Ke Kua is a luxury condominium with one- and two-bedroom condominium units with majestic views. Pu'u Poa features distinctive, contemporary architecture, and is perched above the cliffs of Princeville overlooking the Pacific Ocean and the Hale Moi Cottages sits on the rim of a valley and is perfect for those who love the beauty of nature, with amazing waterfall views of the Hanalei Valley Mountains.
5300 Ka Haku Road, Princeville, HI 96714, United States
Added Apr 15, 2009 by WinifredIt is believed that food of a region reflects its culture in quite an unique way. For, the culture itself developed circling around this solely important thing—food. So, when you set out on an adventure unraveling the tradition all-encompassing Hawaii, do try some local cuisine here. Nanea, located in the ground level of The Westin Princeville Ocean Resorts Villas, serves amazing Musubi, Saimin, Mahi-Mahi, Ono and other authentic local dishes that would satisfy your appetite and your quest...well, almost.
3838 Wyllie Road, The Westin Princeville Ocean Resorts Villas, Princeville, HI 96722, United States
+1 808 827 8700
Added Apr 15, 2009 by Winifred
Kauai is the northwestern-most and oldest of Hawaii's major islands. Called the Garden Island, it is covered with lush greenery and tropical plants, watered regularly by abundant rainfall. As the oldest of the islands, it has been changed the most by the forces of erosion, and this has resulted in natural wonders such as Waimea Canyon and the Na Pali Coast. It is also home to more sandy beaches than any other major island in the Hawaiian chain.
In short, compared to Oahu, Maui or the Big Island, Kauai is smaller, less populated, more rural, and more laid back. That's why it's the favorite destination for many visitors to Hawaii, and for many Hawaii residents as well.
People come to Kauai primarily for one thing: the beaches with their great snorkeling, surfing, swimming and sunning. But Kauai also boasts more navigable rivers than the other Hawaiian Islands making kayaking very popular. If the surf is calm you can even combine a river run with time paddling the bays and ocean shoreline. You'll find kayak rentals near the mouth of the most popular rivers. Kauai has great hiking and mountain biking trails as well.
Added Apr 15, 2009 by WinifredThe name of this company leaves little to the imagination. It's quite clear what you'll do here, if you choose. Learn to "stand up" in the warm waters of Kaua'i, on a sandy-bottom beach with an experienced, trained, First Aid-certified instructor. This is the perfect place for beginners to learn. Only one or two students are in each class, making it more like private instruction than a class.
5359 Kawaihau Road, PO Box 3403, Kapaa, HI 96746, United States
+1 808 826 7612
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