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Explore the island's natural splendor on land and water! You can set off on a boat and take a snorkel tour off the NaPali Coast and observe the beautiful marine life. Get your land legs back when you head to the West Side of Kauai and visit the Waimea Canyon!... more
- Restaurant Onsite
- Pets Allowed
- Property Size 36 units
- Conference Facility
- Kids Allowed
- Nearby City Kapaa
- Nearby Water Pacific Ocean
- Open Dates All Year
- Villas and Condos
Reconnect with nature during your Hawaii getaway! Explore the most beautiful spots on earth and discover the beauty of its lazy rivers, spectacular waterfalls and lush tropical vegetation. You will stop to explore, swim in pools beneath waterfalls, picnic, take a plunge off a rope swing or kayak to secluded beaches and go snorkeling.... more
Located just minutes from Kauai's beaches, historic Koloa town and Poipu, Ka Hale O Luina offers complete privacy and luxury, surrounded by vistas along green valleys, rounded hills and the brilliant blues of the Pacific Ocean. Beautiful tropical ambiance mixes together with an elegant, modern decor and a fine art collection making a sophisticated... more
The opportunities to reconnect with nature in Kauai are simply boundless. Tours offered in the area range from navigating the Wailua River via kayak to a guided hike to heart of Kauai to Mt. Waialeale -- known as the wettest place on earth. Adrenaline junkies can get their fix by ziplining high above the Kauai rainforest.... more
Experience the full spectrum of Kauai activities, as varied as the terrain itself. Hike the Alakai Swamp Trail - where rainforest mud bogs, rainbow - hooded valleys, and Hawaii's rarest trees and birds await. Drift idly down the Wailua River to Fern Grotto, where a soft drapery of feather-leafed vegetation scales the walls of a shallow cave.... more
When you seek adventure you may hike to a nearby waterfall right from Hale O' Wailele and go swimming in Mother Nature's pools, or maybe ride a mountain bike to nearby Kealia Beach and have fun in the sun and surf!... more
You don’t have to spend all your time on the beaches during your Hawaii vacation. The islands are full of unique natural sites that are as impressive as they are beautiful. For a little adventure, explore the caves at Maniniholo, Waikanaloa and Waikapalae. Na Pali Coast is ideal for hiking or rafting trips, while Spouting Horn, National Tropical... more