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Kauai Vacations

Kauai Vacations The Island of Kauai is nicknamed "The Garden Isle".It gets it's name because of all the lush rain forests and green mountains with magnificent waterfalls. Kaua'i is the oldest Hawaiian Island and the smallest of the four major islands of Hawaii. Kauai, the northernmost island, is one of the four counties in the state of Hawaii and the least populated with about 63,000 residents.The Island of Kauai's flower is the Mokihana Berry and the Island's color is purple. Some of the places to see when on Kauai are: The Menehune Fishpond (according to legend, constructed by menehunes between dusk to dawn), Prince Kuhio Park (Prince Kuhio was born here), Spouting Horn (a shoreline lava tube which has sea water compressed in it and pushes up like a geyser: a moaning sound exudes and legend says the legendary lizard, Lehu, was trapped here and we hear his cries), Waimea Canyon State Park, Koke'e State Park, The Fern Grotto, Sleeping Giant, and many other fantastic and legendary sites.There are many unique facts about Kauai. Kauai has the only navigable river in the state, the Wailua River. British explorer Captain James Cook made the first landing in the Hawaiian Islands in Waimea Bay in 1778. Kauai is the only island without the mongoose. Kauai by law has no buildings built taller than a palm tree (4 stories).Kawaikini is Kauai's highest mountain at 5,243 feet. The Island of Kauai is home to the wettest spot on earth. The average rainfall per year on Mt. Waialeale is over 400 inches a year. Kauai has been the backdrop for many of Hollywood's classic films. Some on the list (over 60) include South Pacific, Raiders of the Lost Ark, Jurassic Park, King Kong, Honeymoon in Vegas, and our favorite "Blue Hawaii". Kauai has a wide selection of accommodations from luxury to moderate budget, totaling over 8000 hotels and condo resort units. These resorts are located primarily on the South Shore (Po'ipu), the East Side (Kapa'a/Wailua/Lihue), and the North Shore (Princeville/Hanalei).Kauai's weather can vary from one part of the island to another, with anywhere from 20 to 40 inches of rainfall annually in the coastal areas. Kauai is home to nine golf courses, five of the top 15 courses in the state. There are 45 white sand beaches throughout the island. Kauai should be on everybody's "must visit" list!

Why Blue Hawaii Resorts?
  • We offer the Guaranteed Best Rates and Service!
  • Going on our 20th year in Business, let our experience help you.
  • With us you are somebody, we care about your trip, and plan it as if it was our own.
  • A+ rated with the Better Business Bureau since we started, never a complaint.
Princeville/Hanalei Princeville/Hanalei
The North Shore is located less than an hour from the Lihue Airport and is a lush, green, tropical paradise. One can marvel at the site of majestic mountains with cascading waterfalls in one direction and the breathtaking view of Hanalei Bay in the other. Explore the many outstanding beaches between Hanalei and the end of the road. The North Shore has a wide variety of shops and restaurants from the village of Kilauea and Princeville. On further down the road you will find Hanalei with a it's small shops and eateries. The North Shore offers a range of accommodations, from luxury hotels to condominium resorts.
Our picks in Princeville/Hanalei
Star Rating Property Type Name
Hotel The St. Regis Princeville Resort
Condo Westin Princeville Ocean Resort Villas
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Wailua/Kapaa Wailua/Kapaa
The East Side is the most populated area of the island, located minutes from the Lihue Airport. Once the favored area of the Hawaiian royalty and today hosts one of the largest percentages of hotels, condos, shops, and historical sites in a single area. The East Side has many offerings, including the Wailua River State Park, Fern Grotto, Wailea Falls, and Opaekaa Falls. Many of Kauai's beaches are also in this area, from Anahola to Donkey Beach and Kealia Beach, a popular surfing beach. One very popular area is Lydgate Park, which has two lava rock enclosed ocean pools. This protected area is great for families with kids and first time snorkelers. Be sure to check out all the unique shops from Kapa'a Town, the Coconut Market Place with over 70 shops, all the way down to Kauai's gateway Lihue. Lihue is the county seat and offers much in the way of culture, museums, distinctive shops, and restaurants.
Our picks in Wailua/Kapaa
Star Rating Property Type Name
Hotel Kauai Beach Hotel
Condo Outrigger at Lae Nani
Hotel Aston Islander on the Beach
Condo Castle Kaha Lani
Hotel Courtyard Marriott Kauai at Coconut Beach
Hotel Aston Aloha Beach Resort
Condo Outrigger Waipouli Beach Resort & Spa
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Poipu Poipu
The South Shore is located about 20 minutes south of Lihue Airport, it's known as the sunnier side of Kauai. The South Shore is made up of the Poipu area, the Old Koloa Town, and upcountry Kalaheo. Scenic beaches, rocky coastlines, walking trails, and waterfalls are just a few of the many pleasures to enjoy. Many of Kauai's finest hotels and condominium resorts are located on the South Shore. Popular landmark beaches are Brenneck's Beach, Poipu Beach, Lawai Beach, and Palama Beach. Many shopping opportunities are available in quaint villages and upscale shopping areas. One of the nation's top 18-hole golf courses is Poipu Bay Golf Course, home of the PGA Grand Slam of Golf from 1994 to 2007.
Our picks in Poipu
Star Rating Property Type Name
Condo Outrigger Kiahuna Plantation
Condo Whalers Cove
Hotel Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort & Spa
Condo Poipu Shores
Hotel Sheraton Kauai Resort
Condo Aston Waimea Plantation
Condo Aston at Poipu Kai
None The Point at Poipu
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Lihue Lihue
Lihu'e is where everyone's visit to Kauai starts and ends. The airport is also named Lihue Airport. Lihu'e is the center of activity on the island, with nice beaches, cultural activities, and a large concentration of shopping and dining. Also located in Lihu'e is the Nawiliwili Harbor, where cruise ships dock overnite. Lihu'e also offers one of the best swimming beaches on the island, with it's sandy bottom and gentle wave action. Tucked away in a tranquil tropical setting on Kauai is the majestic Kauai Lagoons Golf Club. The Kauai Lagoons Golf Club is a Golf Magazine "Gold Medal Golf Resort" winner, and was designed by golf legend Jack Nicklaus. The fairways offer stunning island vistas at every turn, creating a relaxing atmosphere in the midst of a challenging game of golf.
Our picks in Lihue
Star Rating Property Type Name
Hotel Kauai Marriott Resort & Beach Club
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